It would be hard to top last season’s successes, but the Princeton Tigers are up for the challenge.
Posts Tagged: 2009-2010 Women’s Season Preview
Vanderbilt’s women are new on the college squash scene; however, do not over look them.
With a healthy Tessa Martin back at the top of the line-up, the Huskies are ready to make it back into the C Division.
With only a few players with pre-college squash experience, the Pioneers will focus on individual growth in a challenging season.
Under new head coach Hansi Wiens, the Big Green intend to return to the A Division and the top six.
Franklin & Marshall, last season’s 22nd ranked team, wants to enter the top 20.
After an injury-plagued 2008-2009 season, the Blue are ready to move back up the rankings.
The Quakers two main goals this season: to get better and to be competitive with every team in the country. If they can do that, they might bring the Howe Cup back to Philadelphia.
The dedicated group of players have been rewarded for their hard work by being recognized by Boston College as an official club sport.
Over the past four seasons, the William Smith Herons have captured two Walker Cups and last season’s Epps Cup.