Defending champions Princeton will be back in the hunt for the national title.
Say good-bye to the Bubble: construction will soon be underway on Middlebury’s new courts.
Tufts may be between coaches, but the players are motivated to keep the program going strong.
Last season, Hobart captured the Conroy Cup (D Division).
The Hamilton squash program is built around sportsmanship and respect.
An impressive run at the National Team Championships led Columbia to a program-best finish.
Player Patrick Hackett describes his team as “small but ambitious” and “in it for a love of the game.”
The Chaffee Cup finalists have four brand new courts to train on this year.
Franklin & Marshall intends to compete for the Potter Cup again this season.
Williams is aiming high this season.
The loss of six players will make for a challenging season for Vassar.
Swarthmore hopes to continue to improve in their fifth season as a team.
Changes to Darmouth’s academic calendar mean new opportunities for Big Green squash.
UIS looks to continue its steady growth from the past few seasons.
The defending G Division champs have top 35 ambitions.