By Michael T. Bello
Published Apr 15, 2016 at 7:00 AM ET; Updated Apr 10, 2016 at 9:04 PM ET

Dunlop Sports - Official Squash Ball of the CSAHatfield, 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 2015-2016 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. Yale University (2) – Potter Cup Champions
  2. Rochester, University of (4)
  3. Trinity College (1)
  4. St. Lawrence University (3)
  5. Pennsylvania, University of (5)
  6. Harvard University (6)
  7. Dartmouth College (7)
  8. Columbia University (8)
  9. Drexel University (9) – Hoehn Cup Champions
  10. Cornell University (10)
  11. George Washington University (11)
  12. Princeton University (13)
  13. Franklin and Marshall College (12)
  14. Naval Academy (14)
  15. Middlebury College (15)
  16. Brown University (16)
  17. Bates College (17) – Summers Cup Champions
  18. Williams College (18)
  19. University of Virginia (20)
  20. Wesleyan University (19)
  21. Colby College (21)
  22. Amherst College (22)
  23. Hobart College (24)
  24. Bowdoin College (23)
  25. Western Ontario (25) – Conroy Cup Champions
  26. Dickinson College (27)
  27. Stanford University (31)
  28. Denison University (29)
  29. Hamilton College (32)
  30. MIT (26)
  31. Johns Hopkins University (28)
  32. Bucknell University (30)
  33. Tufts University (33) – Chaffee Cup Champions
  34. Connecticut College (34)
  35. New York University (36)
  36. Haverford College (35)
  37. Georgetown University (37)
  38. Chicago, University of (39)
  39. Fordham University (38)
  40. Lehigh University (40)
  41. Northeastern University (43) – Serues Cup Champions
  42. Boston University (45)
  43. Richmond, University of (41)
  44. Miami, University of (42)
  45. Bard College (46)
  46. Boston College (48)
  47. Washington, University of (44)
  48. Minnesota, University of (47)
  49. Colgate University (50) – Hawthorn Cup Champions
  50. Northwestern University (49)
  51. Washington University in St. Louis (52)
  52. Penn State University (51)
  53. Davidson College (56)
  54. Vassar College (54)
  55. Notre Dame, University of (55)
  56. Swarthmore College (53)
  57. Duke University (60) – H Division Champions
  58. Vanderbilt University (63)
  59. Southern California, University of (62)
  60. California Berkeley, University of (64)
  61. North Carolina Chapel Hill, University of (57)
  62. Lafayette College (59)
  63. Oregon, University of (61)
  64. Siena College (58)