By Michael T. Bello
Published Jan 3, 2011 at 7:00 AM ET; Updated Jan 2, 2011 at 7:51 PM ET

Northampton, MA — Happy New Year from the College Squash Association!  2010 was a banner year for CollegeSquashAssociation.com with a tremendous amount of articles, photos, and videos highlighting college squash.

Here are the top ten articles from 2010:

  1. Make It a Dozen: Trinity Men’s Squash Wins 12th Consecutive National Championship
  2. Trinity Bantams Men’s Squash Team Wins the 2010 Men’s College Squash Association National Team Championship Video
  3. 2010 – 2011 College Squash Season Previews
  4. Harvard Captures the 2010 Women’s College Squash Association National Team Championship (Howe Cup)
  5. Colin West Wins 2010 Men’s Individual Squash Championship
  6. Photos from the 2010 Men’s College Squash Association Individual (Pool Trophy) Final
  7. 2009-2010 Men’s All-Americans
  8. Photos from the 2010 Women’s National Team Championships (Howe Cup)
  9. 2010 CSA Individuals: Trinity and Harvard Pool Trophy Match
  10. Photos from the Princeton and Trinity Match

Visit the website throughout 2011 (or follow us on Facebook and Twitter) for more great coverage of college squash.

Many thanks go to the College Squash Association’s 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;
  • Marquis Jet (Official Sponsor) – The Marquis Jet Card program is a very effective tool for enabling the parents and relatives of CSA players to travel to and from CSA events in comfort and safety, while maximizing and retaining control of their demanding schedules.
  • US Squash (Partner)  – US Squash provides dual match tracking software; and
  • mtbello.com (Partner) – mtbello.com provides squash photography to the CSA.

If companies or squash camps are interested in sponsoring or advertising on the College Squash Association website, please visit the Advertise/Sponsor page.

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 any training trips teams take in January. Please feel free to contact the editorial staff.

Articles from December 2010: