Will’s World Collaborative Calls

By Will Carlin On a cold, crisp Thursday evening thirty-one years ago, numerous vans started arriving at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. A light snowfall muffled the town, but most of the vehicles were filled...

Celebrating Dartmouth Squash

This September in Hanover, New Hampshire, Dartmouth celebrated the 75th anniversary of the founding of its men’s squash team and the 40th anniversary of the founding of the women’s team. More than a hundred Big Green former...

Harrity Makes it a Triple

By James Zug Preston Quick directed the 28th annual Butcher/Ball/Ketcham National Intercollegiate Squash Doubles Championships in Philadelphia during the U.S. Open’s first weekend in October. The Racquet Club of Philadelphia again hosted, with Germantown Cricket...

College Preview

By Anne Bello Photos by Michael Bello Throughout its history, college squash has lived in cycles. After all, only five men's schools (Princeton, Yale, Harvard, Navy, and Trinity) and five women's schools (Princeton, Yale, Harvard, Penn,...

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....

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...

Publishers Note Athletic Excellence

By Jay D. Prince In the United States, sports is a tremendous part of our culture. From the time we could walk, we have been playing games, informally at first but, for many, it didn’t...

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,...

2011-2012 College Squash Season Report

By Anne Bello Hours before the men’s A Division final between Princeton University and defending national champions Trinity College was scheduled to begin, a local squash fan camped out on the floor by court 1...

Publishers Note Wish I’d Been There

By Jay D. Prince It seems like a lifetime ago that the Trinity Men’s Squash team lost a match— Feb. 22, 1998 in the finals of the Team Championships. In my world, it actually has been...