By Michael T. Bello
Published Mar 12, 2015 at 7:00 AM ET; Updated Aug 15, 2015 at 9:02 PM ET

Dunlop Sports - Official Squash Ball of the CSA Northampton, MA — Today, the final Dunlop Men's College Squash Association Team Rankings of the season were released.

The Men’s College Squash Association uses the results of the National Team Championships to determine the final ranking for each team.

Below are the 2014-2015 Men’s College Squash Association Final Team Rankings. Listed after each school’s name is their previous ranking. Teams listed in bold won a division at the Men’s College Squash Association National Team Championships.

  1. Trinity College (1) – Potter Cup Champions
  2. St. Lawrence University (2)
  3. Harvard University (3)
  4. Columbia University (4)
  5. Rochester, University of (6)
  6. Yale University (5)
  7. Pennsylvania, University of (8)
  8. Franklin and Marshall College (7)
  9. Princeton University (9) – Hoehn Cup Champions
  10. Dartmouth College (11)
  11. Cornell University (10)
  12. Drexel University (12)
  13. Bates College (16)
  14. George Washington University (15)
  15. Williams College (13)
  16. Naval Academy (14)
  17. Middlebury College (17) – Summers Cup Champions
  18. Western Ontario, University of (19)
  19. Brown University (18)
  20. Wesleyan University (20)
  21. Colby College (21)
  22. Bowdoin College (23)
  23. Amherst College (24)
  24. Hobart College (22)
  25. Hamilton College (25) – Conroy Cup Champions
  26. Connecticut College (26)
  27. Stanford University (27)
  28. Tufts University (28)
  29. Virginia, University of (30)
  30. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) (29)
  31. Bucknell University (31)
  32. Chicago, University of (32)
  33. Denison University (35) – Chaffee Cup Champions
  34. Georgetown University (33)
  35. Johns Hopkins University (34)
  36. New York University (36)
  37. Northeastern University (38)
  38. Haverford College (37)
  39. Fordham University (39)
  40. Lehigh University (40)
  41. Boston College (42) – Serues Cup Champions
  42. Boston University (45)
  43. Colgate University (43)
  44. Northwestern University (41)
  45. Richmond, University of (47)
  46. Bryant University (44)
  47. Washington University in St. Louis (46)
  48. Davidson College (48)
  49. Swarthmore College (52) – Hawthorn Cup Champions
  50. Charleston, College of (50)
  51. Miami, University of (49)
  52. California Berkeley, University of (54)
  53. Minnesota, University of (53)
  54. Washington, University of (51)
  55. Dickinson College (55)
  56. Siena College (56)
  57. Vassar College (57) – H Division Champions
  58. Bard College (58)
  59. Vanderbilt University (59)
  60. Notre Dame, University of (60)
  61. Oregon, University of (63)
  62. Ithaca College (61)