Updated Apr 13, 2016

In the men’s National Team Championships, teams ranked 25th to 32nd compete for the Conroy Cup in the “D” division.

The Conroy Cup is named for John Conroy, who began coaching at Princeton in 1939. Over the next thirty years, Conroy guided the Tigers to two national team titles, including the very first team championship, which was awarded in 1942 and was based on dual-match records. He also coached multiple winners of the  individual intercollegiate championships. Conroy was inducted into the Men’s College Squash Hall of Fame in 1990.

CONROY CUP WINNERS (COACH):

  • 1989: Cal-Berkeley*
  • 1990: Columbia University*
  • 1991: Wesleyan University (Peter Kostacopoulos)
  • 1992: Wesleyan University (Peter Kostacopoulos)
  • 1993: Bowdoin College (Dan Hammond)
  • 1994: United States Military Academy at Westpoint (Army)
  • 1995: Fordham University (Bob Hawthorn)
  • 1996: Hamilton College
  • 1997: University of Rochester (Peter Lyman)
  • 1998: Bates College (Paul Gastongua)
  • 1999: Tufts University (Doug Eng)
  • 2000: Haverford College (Sean Sloane)
  • 2001: Stanford University*
  • 2002: Haverford College (Sean Sloane)
  • 2003: George Washington University (Simon Harrington)
  • 2004: Tufts University (Doug Eng)
  • 2005: University of Rochester (David Kay)
  • 2006: University of Rochester (Martin Heath)
  • 2007: Hobart College (Carol Weymuller)
  • 2008: Colby College (Sakhi Khan)
  • 2009: Connecticut College (Bill McNally)
  • 2010: Connecticut College (Bill McNally)
  • 2011: Connecticut College (Chris O’Brien)
  • 2012: Hobart College (Tim Riskie)
  • 2013: Stanford University* (Mark Talbott)
  • 2014: Connecticut College (Barry Ward)
  • 2015: Hamilton College (Jamie King)
  • 2016: University of Western Ontario (Derek Moore)

* Club Program