After winning eleven consecutive Team Championships and 202 straight matches, the Trinity Bantams are not planning to rest this season.
Posts Tagged: 2009-2010 Men’s Season Preview
After finishing the 2008-2009 season ranked 30th, Wesleyan looks to crack the top 20 this season.
Northeastern has its sights set on regaining the title of top-ranked club team.
Last season, the University of Pennsylvania finished the year with an 8-8 record and were ranked 7th in the country.
With a 16-8 record last season, head coach Pat Cosquer’s return to his alma mater could be deemed a success; however, Cosquer and the Bobcats have even higher goals for the upcoming season.
With the top eight players returning for this season, the Bears hope to move up in the rankings.
Tufts University is a unique varsity squash program. It has consistently maintained a ranking in the top 20, but it does not have international squash courts.
With number 1 player Rob Young back in the lineup, the University of Washington Huskies are ready to make it back to the top 40.
Last season, Kenyon College marched through the Serues Cup (F Division) of the National Team Championships.
There’s been a changing of the guard at Dartmouth this year.