Updated Oct 10, 2016

While doubles is not a standard part of dual match play in college squash, an intercollegiate doubles tournament has been held annually since the late 1980s. A doubles tournament was held sporadically in the 1940s and 1950s, but after the 1956 tournament, there was no formal intercollegiate doubles competition for over thirty years.  In 1988, William Tredwell “Treddy” Ketcham helped bring back the doubles tournament. A former player at Yale who served as the USSRA president from 1965 to 1967, Ketcham was a major proponent of the doubles game. He was also an accomplished player; between 1965 and 1974, he won the USSRA senior (age 50+) doubles title seven times, playing with four different partners. The intercollegiate doubles tournament was renamed in his honor in 1998.

For information about doubles squash, please contact Preston Quick (U.S. SQUASH).

NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE DOUBLES CHAMPIONS:

NATIONAL MIXED INTERCOLLEGIATE DOUBLES CHAMPIONS: