Each year, the Men’s CSA recognizes its players who have exemplified the true definition of a student athlete.
Here are photos of the match between Harrison Croll (Middlebury) and Jeffrey Berman (Wesleyan).
In this special edition, we recognize a player from each division of the tournament.
John Illig reports on Drexel’s visit to Middlebury.
Wellesley’s Cara Kaufman and Middlebury’s Jay Dolan have been named the players of the week.
Say good-bye to the Bubble: construction will soon be underway on Middlebury’s new courts.
A number of squash players received NESCAC All-Academic honors.
NESCAC announced its 2012 Men’s All-Conference team earlier in the spring.
Here are photos of the match between Middlebury’s Parker Hurst and St. Lawrence’s Khan Ibrahim.
The University of Virginia (UVA) recently announced plans to build a new squash facility that will benefit the school, the squash team, and the community.
Middlebury should be in a good position to continue their steady improvement of the past few years.
The Middlebury men’s squash team won the 2011 Sloane Award for team sportsmanship.
Here are photos of the match between Charles Quintin (Amherst) and Parker Hurst (Middlebury).
In March NESCAC announced its 2010-2011 men’s All-Conference team.
Academic success is crucial to any college sport, including squash. Therefore, the Men’s College Squash Association recognizes scholar athletes.