Updated Mar 5, 2017

In the men’s National Team Championships, teams ranked ninth through sixteenth compete for the Hoehn Cup in the “B” division.

The Hoehn Cup is named for Edward “Red” Hoehn.  Hoehn was hired to coach Dartmouth’s men’s team in 1938  and guided the Big Green for 25 years. A top amateur player in the 1930s, Hoehn often would play matches against his players as part of their training. He served as the President of the Intercollegiate Squash Coaches Association while at Dartmouth, and he was inducted into the Men’s College Squash Hall of Fame in 1990.

HOEHN CUP WINNERS (COACH):

  • 1989: Williams College (Dave Johnson)
  • 1990: Trinity College (Richard Danforth)
  • 1991: Franklin & Marshall College (John Stallings)
  • 1992: Amherst College (Peter Robson)
  • 1993: Cornell University
  • 1994: Amherst College (Peter Robson)
  • 1995: Franklin & Marshall College (John Stallings)
  • 1996: Franklin & Marshall College (John Stallings)
  • 1997: University of Pennsylvania (Jim Masland)
  • 1998: Dartmouth College (Chris Schutz Brownell)
  • 1999: Brown University (Stuart le Gassick)
  • 2000: Brown University (Stuart le Gassick)
  • 2001: Dartmouth College (John Power)
  • 2002: Denison University* (Jon Bridge)
  • 2003: Brown University (Stuart le Gassick)
  • 2004: Williams College (Zafi Levy)
  • 2005: Brown University (Stuart le Gassick)
  • 2006: Cornell University (Mark Devoy)
  • 2007: Cornell University (Mark Devoy)
  • 2008: Bates College (Marc Kannegieser)
  • 2009: University of Western Ontario (Jack Fairs)
  • 2010: University of Pennsylvania (Craig Thorpe-Clark)
  • 2011: University of Western Ontario (Jack Fairs)
  • 2012: University of Pennsylvania (Jack Wyant)
  • 2013: University of Western Ontario (Dave Morrish)
  • 2014: Princeton University (Sean Wilkinson)
  • 2015: Princeton University (Sean Wilkinson)
  • 2016: Drexel University (John White)
  • 2017: Dartmouth College (Hansi Wiens)

*Club Program