Updated Jun 10, 2017

Ivy LeagueThe Ivy League is made up of Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University.

Although an Ivy League champion has been named since the 1956-1957 season, competition between Ivy League schools began much earlier. Squash teams from Harvard and Yale first faced off in the early 1920s, and in 1931 Princeton joined those two schools (plus  MIT and Trinity) as the founding members of the Intercollegiate Squash Racquets Association, which later became the National Intercollegiate Squash Racquets Association, a precursor of the Men’s College Squash Association. Penn also had an active squash program in the early 1930s, and Dartmouth and Cornell soon followed with teams of their own. Brown’s team was granted varsity status in 1989, and Columbia’s team became a varsity sport in the 2010-2011 season.

Teams from schools outside the Ivy League,  particularly the United States Naval Academy, Williams College, the University of Western Ontario, and most notably Trinity, have had success at the national level, and talented players have come from institutions throughout North America. But the Ivy League continues to be a dominant force in college squash, and the lists of Ivy League Champions and All-Ivy players include many national champions and All-Americans.

IVY LEAGUE CHAMPION:

  • 1957: Brown University, Princeton University (John Conroy), Yale University (John Skillman)
  • 1958: Yale University (John Skillman)
  • 1959: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1960: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1961: Yale University (John Skillman)
  • 1962: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1963: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1964: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1965: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1966: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby), University of Pennsylvania (Al Molloy)
  • 1967: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1968: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1969: University of Pennsylvania (Al Molloy)
  • 1970: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1971: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1972: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1973: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1974: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby), Princeton University (Bill Summers), University of Pennsylvania (Al Molloy)
  • 1975: Princeton University (David Benjamin)
  • 1976: Harvard University (Jack Barnaby)
  • 1977: Princeton University (David Benjamin)
  • 1978: Princeton University (David Benjamin)
  • 1979: Princeton University (Norm Peck)
  • 1980: Harvard University (Dave Fish)
  • 1981: Princeton University (Norm Peck)
  • 1982: Princeton University (Bob Callahan)
  • 1983: Harvard University (Dave Fish)
  • 1984: Harvard University (Dave Fish)
  • 1985: Harvard University (Dave Fish)
  • 1986: Harvard University (Dave Fish)
  • 1987: Harvard University (Dave Fish)
  • 1988: Harvard University (Dave Fish)
  • 1989: Harvard University (Dave Fish), Princeton University (Bob Callahan), Yale University (Dave Talbott)
  • 1990: Yale University (Dave Talbott)
  • 1991: Harvard University (Steve Piltch)
  • 1992: Harvard University (Steve Piltch)
  • 1993: Harvard University (Bill Doyle)
  • 1994: Harvard University (Bill Doyle)
  • 1995: Harvard University (Bill Doyle)
  • 1996: Harvard University (Bill Doyle)
  • 1997: Harvard University (Bill Doyle)
  • 1998: Harvard University (Bill Doyle)
  • 1999: Harvard University (Bill Doyle)
  • 2000: Princeton University (Bob Callahan)
  • 2001: Harvard University (Satinder Bajwa)
  • 2002: Princeton University (Bob Callahan)
  • 2003: Princeton University (Bob Callahan)
  • 2004: Harvard University (Satinder Bajwa)
  • 2005: Harvard University (Satinder Bajwa)
  • 2006: Harvard University, Princeton University (Bob Callahan), Yale University (Dave Talbott)
  • 2007: Princeton University (Bob Callahan)
  • 2008: Princeton University (Bob Callahan)
  • 2009: Princeton University (Bob Callahan)
  • 2010: Yale University (Dave Talbott)
  • 2011: Yale University (Dave Talbott)
  • 2012: Princeton University (Bob Callahan)
  • 2013: Harvard University  (Mike Way) and Princeton University (Bob Callahan)
  • 2014: Harvard University (Mike Way)
  • 2015: Harvard University (Mike Way)
  • 2016: Yale University (Dave Talbott)
  • 2017: Harvard University (Mike Way)

PLAYER OF THE YEAR (SCHOOL):

  • 1984: Kenton Jernigan (Harvard University)
  • 1985: Kenton Jernigan (Harvard University)
  • 1986: Kenton Jernigan (Harvard University)
  • 1987: Jeff Stanley (Princeton University)
  • 1988: Jeff Stanley (Princeton University)
  • 1989: Rudy Rodriguez (University of Pennsylvania)
  • 1990: Rudy Rodriguez (University of Pennsylvania)
  • 1991: Jeremy Fraiberg (Harvard University)
  • 1992: Adrian Ezra (Harvard University) & Jeremy Fraiberg (Harvard University)
  • 1993: Marty Clark (Harvard University)
  • 1994: Adrian Ezra (Harvard University)
  • 1995: Tal Ben-Shachar (Harvard University)
  • 1996: Tal Ben-Shachar (Harvard University)
  • 1997: Daniel Ezra (Harvard University)
  • 1998: Daniel Ezra (Harvard University)
  • 1999: Peter Yik (Princeton University)
  • 2000: Peter Yik (Princeton University)
  • 2001: David Yik (Princeton University)
  • 2002: Will Evans (Princeton University)
  • 2003: Yasser El Halaby (Princeton University)
  • 2004: Yasser El Halaby (Princeton University)
  • 2005: Yasser El Halaby (Princeton University)
  • 2006: Siddharth Suchde (Harvard University)
  • 2007: Mauricio Sanchez (Princeton University)
  • 2008: Mauricio Sanchez (Princeton University)
  • 2009: Mauricio Sanchez (Princeton University)
  • 2010: Colin West (Harvard University)
  • 2011: Todd Harrity (Princeton University)
  • 2012: Ali Farag (Harvard University)
  • 2013: Ali Farag (Harvard University) and Todd Harrity (Princeton University)
  • 2014: Ali Farag (Harvard University)
  • 2015: Ramit Tandon (Columbia University)
  • 2016: Osama Khalifa (Columbia University)
  • 2017: Osama Khalifa (Columbia University)

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR (SCHOOL):

  • 1984: David Proctor (University of Pennsylvania)
  • 1985: Rusty Ball (Harvard University)
  • 1986: Stewart Ballard (University of Pennsylvania) & Jeff Stanley (Princeton University)
  • 1987: John Bernheimer (Harvard University)
  • 1988: John Musto (Yale University)
  • 1989: Rudy Rodriguez (University of Pennsylvania)
  • 1990: Mark Baker (Harvard University)
  • 1991: Adrian Ezra (Harvard University)
  • 1992: Rick Hartigan (Princeton University)
  • 1993: Jack Wyant (Princeton University)
  • 1994: Allen Post (Brown University)
  • 1995: Danny Ezra (Harvard University)
  • 1996: Joel Kirsch (Harvard University)
  • 1997: Peter Yik (Princeton University)
  • 1998: Deepak Abraham (Harvard University)
  • 1999: Peter Kelly (Princeton University)
  • 2000: David Yik (Princeton University)
  • 2001: James Bullock (Harvard University)
  • 2002: Ryan Donegan (Dartmouth College)
  • 2003: Yasser El Halaby (Princeton University)
  • 2004: Siddharth Suchde (Harvard University)
  • 2005: Robert Hong (Princeton University)
  • 2006: Mauricio Sanchez (Princeton University)
  • 2007: Colin West (Harvard University)
  • 2008: David Letourneau (Princeton University)
  • 2009: Chris Callis (Princeton University)
  • 2010: Todd Harrity (Princeton University)
  • 2011: Nick Sachvie (Cornell University)
  • 2012: Ramit Tandon (Columbia University) and Ali Farag (Harvard University)
  • 2013: Vivek Dinodia (Princeton University)
  • 2014: Dylan Murray (Harvard University)
  • 2015: Osama Khalifa (Columbia University)
  • 2016: Carson Spahr (Dartmouth University)
  • 2017: Saadeldin Abouaish (Harvard University)

Coach of the Year (School):

  • 2015: Jacques Swanepoel (Columbia University)
  • 2016: Hansi Wiens (Dartmouth University)
  • 2017: Mike Way (Harvard University)