Nailbiters and Blowouts: Harvard Takes Three of Four National Collegiate Titles

  By Anne Bello Photos by Michael Bello For all the buzz surrounding up-and-coming teams like St. Lawrence and Rochester early in the season, it was one of the most storied programs in college squash history that dominated the championship...

Trinity’s Kimberly Featured in Sports Illustrated’s ‘Faces in the Crowd’

Winning the fifth game of her College Squash Association Women's Team Championship final match against Harvard's Saumya Karki not only clinched the national title for the Trinity Bantams, it also propelled freshman Anna Kimberley...

Penn Squash Celebrates 125 Years

By Palmer Page In early February the University of Pennsylvania celebrated 125 years of squash. More than 375 former and current players and friends gathered in Thomas B. Ringe Courts, following a thrilling 5-4 women’s squash victory over Yale,...

Your Serve February 2014

Great job on revamping Squash Magazine. Loved Kevin Klipstein's story on his Cornell experience. We had even less comfort. When we played the Naval Academy in 1957, five of us drove from Ithaca to Annapolis in my...

Vassar Goes Co-Ed

By Bill Buckingham In 1969, Vassar College declined an offer from Yale University to merge institutions. Instead it became the first and only of the original “Seven Sister” schools to become co-ed (Radcliffe was later...

Squash Boasts What Advice Would You Give To Other No. 9 Players

What advice would you give to other No. 9 players across the country regarding their position on their college teams? Matthew Mackin—Trinity, senior Having played in the No. 9 position for the majority of my college...

Upstate Upstarts: Rochester and St. Lawrence are Looking to Rock the Men’s College Squash...

By Bill Buckingham Photos by Michael Bello The wall of fame right outside the office of St. Lawrence University coach Chris Abplanalp, boasts plaques of former athletic stars, the most popular with the tour groups being...

2013-2014 College Squash Season Preview

By Dent Wilkins The 2013-2014 College Squash season promises to feature tight competition in both the Women’s and Men’s leagues, with teams looking to build on last year’s successes. Team rosters will be strengthened by...

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...

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...