Northampton, MA — Even though the season is over, the College Squash Association was still busy in April. Here are some of the highlights from CollegeSquashAssociation.com in case you missed them.
The editorial staff is always looking for story ideas, articles, photos, or videos, and we encourage coaches, players, and fans to submit content. Our goal is to provide coverage of all levels of college squash throughout the United States. We’re especially interested in hearing about off season squash events and training/fitness suggestions. Please feel free to contact the editorial staff.
The College Squash Association (CSA) is fortunate to have tremendous sponsors and partners:
- Harrow Sports (Official Equipment Supplier) – Harrow provides custom school equipment;
- Dunlop Sports (Official Ball Supplier) – Dunlop balls are used in all team and individual matches;
- US Squash; and
- Western Mass Squash.
If companies or squash camps are interested in sponsoring or advertising on the College Squash Association website, please visit the Advertise/Sponsor page.
Articles from April 2010:
- Women’s College Squash Video: Cornell and Yale
- New Poll Question: Are you playing squash during the off season?
- Photos from College Squash Association Individuals: Yale and Dartmouth
- 2009-2010 Men’s All-Ivy League Team Announced
- 2009-2010 Women’s Final Individual Rankings
- Photos from College Squash Association Individuals: Trinity and Princeton
- 2009-2010 All-Ivy League Women’s Squash Team Announced
- US Professional Squash Tournament Features Several College Players
- 2009-2010 Men’s Final Individual Rankings
- Men’s College Squash Video: Amherst and Bates Number 1s
- NESCAC Announces Men’s All-Conference Squash Teams
- Harvard Announces Squash Coaching Change and National Search
- 2009-2010 Men’s Final Team Rankings
- 2010 Ketcham Cup National Intercollegiate Doubles Championships and Yale Club Women’s Squash Invitational
- Women’s College Squash Video: Williams and Trinity Number 1s
- NESCAC Announces Women’s All-Conference Squash Teams
- College Players Compete at the US Doubles National Championships
- 2010 Men’s All-American Squash Teams Announced