Overseas Student-Athletes and Squash

Muggy Mugaseth might be the answer to the trivia question of who was the first international student-athlete to play intercollegiate squash. The cover of Squash: A History of the Game features a photograph of the...

Pastures New: Bob Callahan Retires From Princeton Squash After a Revolutionary Career

By James Zug It was never supposed to work out like this. In the summer of 1981, Princeton’s athletic director asked Bob Callahan, newly-married IBM salesman, to be on a search committee to find a...

From US Squash A Concerned Parent

By Kevin Klipstein Whether or not you agree with him in policy or governance, you have to agree that Barack Obama knows sports. Interviewed recently on the BS Report (Bill Simmons is an ESPN columnist,...

2011-12 Doubles Season a Wrap

The 2011-12 Doubles season kicked off with over 30 men’s and women’s teams, representing 15 schools, competing in the Intercollegiate Doubles Championship, held at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia, in conjunction with the 2011...

He Whiffed: The Original Streak, the Cardiac Kid, The Palindromic String and Cool as...

By James Zug 1989 We had lost to Harvard in the regular season in 1989, 6-3 in Cambridge. A week later we beat them in the semis of the first nationals team tournament at Yale....

Intercollegiate Doubles With Record Draw

By James Zug The 2011 (Part Two) U.S. National Intercollegiate Doubles Championships came to Philadelphia as a part of the U.S. Open’s first weekend. After more than two decades of incubation and careful attention at...

2012-2013 College Squash Season Recap

By Anne Bello Certain names appear again and again in the College Squash Association’s championship history. By the time the 2012-2013 season was in the books, both the Harvard women and the Trinity men had recorded their...

Crimson Women Go Undefeated With Fourth Consecutive Howe Cup; Bantam Men Pluck Potter Cup...

by Dent Wilkens Photography by Michael T. Bello/mtbello.com The two leading college teams of this decade—the Harvard women and the Trinity men—captured the 2017 national intercollegiate team titles. Each took a very different route to get...

Harvard Women Prove Unbeatable; Trinity Men Capture 17th Title

by Dent Wilkens Photography by Michael T. Bello/mtbello.com The dominance of the 2017-2018 Harvard women’s team may best be contextualized by sophomore Amelia Henley’s position on the team. The Englishwoman had a robust squash resume coming...

The Double Treble: Harvard’s Haul Punctuates a Superlative Season

by James Zug Photography by Michael T. Bello/mtbello.com. For college squash, the twenty teens turned out to be the Decade of Way. Mike Way started coaching at Harvard in August 2010. Since then his squads have...