By Michael T. Bello
Published Mar 19, 2015 at 7:00 AM ET; Updated Mar 18, 2015 at 9:13 PM ET

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

The Women’s College Squash Association uses the results of the National Team Championships to determine the final ranking for each team. Due to the blizzard during team championships, many matches were not able to be played. Therefore, certain teams are tied for ranking positions.

Below are the 2014-2015 Women’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 Women’s College Squash Association National Team Championships. Please note that as per CSA rules, teams that did not compete in the Women’s College Squash Association National Team Championships due to weather (i.e., Bucknell) are not included in the final rankings.

1. Harvard University (1) – Howe Cup Champions
2. Trinity College (3)
3. Princeton University (4)
4. Pennsylvania, University of (2)
5. Yale University (5)
6. Cornell University (6)
7. Columbia University (7)
7. George Washington University (8)
9. Stanford University (10) – Kurtz Cup Champions
10. Dartmouth College (9)
11. Brown University (11)
12. Williams College (12)
13. Drexel University (15)
13. Middlebury College (13)
15. Bates College (16)
15. Franklin and Marshall College (14)
17. Amherst College (17) – Walker Cup Champions
18. Bowdoin College (19)
19. Colby College (21)
19. Hamilton College (18)
21. St. Lawrence University (20)
21. Wesleyan University (22)
23. Virginia, University of (23)
24. Wellesley College (24)
25. Tufts University (26) – Epps Cup Champions
26. William Smith College (25)
27. Connecticut College (27)
28. Mount Holyoke College (28)
29. Boston College (32)
29. Johns Hopkins University (30)
31. Georgetown University (29)
31. Haverford College (31)
33. Dickinson College (34) – E Division Champions
34. Northwestern University (37)
35. Vassar College (33)
35. Washington University in St. Louis (38)
37. Colgate University (39)
37. Smith College (36)
39. Rochester, University of (40)
40. Boston University (43) – F Division Champions
41. Northeastern University (44)
42. New York University (42)
43. Minnesota, University of (45)