By Michael T. Bello
Published Dec 30, 2014 at 7:00 AM ET; Updated Dec 30, 2014 at 8:54 AM ET

Northampton, MA — Each and every season, college squash has exciting story lines. 2014 was no exception.  The Harvard men won their first national championship since 1998, while the Trinity women upset Harvard for their first national title since 2003. As the list of the most viewed articles of 2014 shows, moments like these were some of the biggest stories of the year. Before 2015 comes and brings with it another round of championships, however, the editors at CollegeSquashAssociation.com would like to pause and highlight some other notable stories of 2014.

Next to each featured article is a link to the monthly rewind article, which lists everything that was published on CollegeSquashAssociation.com during that month.

January: Hobart’s West Coast Squash Training Trip (Rewind)

February: Trinity Wins 2014 Women’s National Team Championship and Harvard Wins 2014 Men’s National Team Championship (Rewind)

March: Bob Callahan’s Induction into the Men’s College Squash Hall of Fame (Rewind)

April: 2013-2014 Scholar Athletes for the Women’s College Squash Association and 2013-2014 Scholar Athletes for the Men’s College Squash Association (Rewind)

May: Dickinson Names Chris Sachvie as Head Squash Coach (Rewind)

June: Bard Names Craig Thorpe-Clark as Head Squash Coach (Rewind)

July: College Squash Offseason: Your Season (Rewind)

August: Remembering John Illig (Rewind)

September: Documentary on the 2012-2013 Trinity College Men’s Squash Team (Rewind)

October: 2014 – 2015 Intercollegiate Doubles Championships Results (Rewind)

November: The College Squash Association Revamps Its Website (Rewind)

December: Around the Courts: College Squash Highlights (12/7/2014) (Rewind)