While Trinity’s victory over Yale at the 2009-2010 Men’s National Team Championships was nowhere as suspenseful as their win over Princeton the year before, it may signal more parity amongst the top men’s teams.
Stanford will make three trips east this season, and with limited opportunities to play on the West Coast, they’ll have to make every match count.
Kenyon has won two division championships in the last two years.
Vanderbilt finished the 2009-2010 season with a winning record and the F Division title.
With a number of promising young players on the roster, the Big Green are looking to break into the top 5.
Ithaca is one of the CSA’s newest teams.
After finishing last season ranked 18th in the nation, the Jeffs have a lofty goal: to reach the top 10.
The growing Notre Dame squash program is attracting a lot of attention on campus.
For some teams, fielding a full squad can be a challenge. With nine players joining the team, Colby won’t have that problem.
Brown ended a challenging 2009-2010 season on a positive note.
Denison is still in a rebuilding cycle, but the team is up for the challenge.
After attaining their highest ranking in program history last season, the Colonials aim to go even higher.
Building on their improvement over the past few seasons may be a challenge for the Tar Heels this year.
Over the past decade, St. Lawrence has been moving up the national rankings.
After just one weekend of play last October, the Huskies shot up 14 spots in the national rankings. Can they continue that improvement this season?