By Michael T. Bello
Published Sep 1, 2011 at 7:00 AM ET; Updated Aug 31, 2011 at 7:04 PM ET

College Squash AssociationNorthampton, MA — In August, CollegeSquashAssociation.com celebrated its second year since its official launch. The entire College Squash Association would like to say thank you to all the players, coaches, sponsors, and fans who have supported the website.

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In August, we featured articles on Carol Weymuller’s retirement from Hobart, Drexel’s transition from a club to varsity program, announced the location of the 2011 – 2012 Intercollegiate Doubles Championships, and highlighted the CSA presence at the 2011 World Team Championships.

Below are are some of the highlights from the month of August in case you missed them.

The editorial staff is always looking for story ideas, articles, photos, or videos, and we encourage coaches and players to submit content. Our goal is to provide coverage of all levels of college squash throughout the United States. Please feel free to contact the editorial staff.

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.

Here are the articles from August 2011: