The defending national champions have lost twelve players to graduation.
Fordham enters its second season with new international courts.
Stanford was the top club team in the nation last year.
The Statesmen will have a new coach at the helm this season.
Siena’s goal for the season is straightforward: win.
The Penn men have racked up some national titles even before the season has gotten underway.
The 2010 E Division champions are hoping to bring the Chaffee Cup back to Gambier in 2012.
Boston College has been a consistent performer over the past two seasons.
Northwestern’s goal for this season is to break into the C Division.
With seven new players, the Hamilton ladder will be competitive this year.
Williams opens the season with a busy first weekend of play.
The Boilermakers will play some of their key matches at the beginning of the season.
Brown’s goals for this season include finishing in the top 10 nationally and reaching the Hoehn Cup finals.
Last season Navy squash shone academically, earning the highest academic average of all 33 varsity sports at the Naval Academy.
Haverford returns its entire starting lineup for 2011-2012.