Here are photos from the match between Trinity and Bates.
On Sunday, Herb Bunker, a recipient of the Women’s College Squash Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award, passed away.
In this special edition, we recognize a player from each division of the tournament.
Bates will be returning its entire starting line-up from last season.
After the season, NESCAC recognized players for outstanding sportsmanship.
NESCAC released its 2011-2012 All-Conference women’s squash team earlier this spring.
Here is video of the match between Cornell’s Danielle Letourneau and Bates’ Nessrine Ariffin.
Here is video of the match between Torey Lee (Bowdoin) and Nessrine Ariffin (Bates).
Bates’ Cheri-Ann Parris and Navy’s Andrew McGuinness have been named the players of the week.
Nessrine Ariffin (Bates College) and Justin Curtis (Connecticut College) have been named the players of the week.
Here is video from the match between Ashley Brooks (Bates) and Tempest Bowden (Mount Holyoke).
Bates has been holding steady as a strong force in the Kurtz Cup (B Division).
In March, NESCAC announced its 2010-2011 women’s All-Conference squash teams.
Each year, the Women’s CSA recognizes its players who have exemplified the true definition of a student athlete.
At the NESCAC Championships, Bates’ Ashley Brooks and Amherst’s Chandler Lusardi played a match.