The Numbers Stop

By James Zug It was bound to happen. At some point, the numbers would stop ticking over. Eight times they had won 5-4 matches. A couple of them were ridiculously close, match balls saved, epic...

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...

Not Yet, Not Now: The Story of Trinity’s Luck 13th Title

By James Zug Photos by Michael T. Bello The night before the finals of the 2009 national intercollegiate team tournament, Paul Assaiante pulled Chris Binnie out of the No. 9 spot. The sophomore from Kingston, Jamaica, had some...

College Wrap Up

By Anne Bello Photos by Michael T. Bello A TENNIS coach approached the tournament desk on the last morning of the 2011 Men’s National Team Championships. Harvard’s Murr Center, the tournament’s main site, is a dual squash-and-tennis facility,...

Squash Showcase and College Expo

The first ever squash college recruiting event took place at Fairmount Athletic Club at the end of August. The event brought together over 100 high school seniors and juniors, college coaches and parents. Coaches...

College Preview

By Anne P. Bello and Michael T. Bello Photos by Michael T. Bello The final match of the 2009-2010 college squash season may have been its best. Trinity junior Pamela Hathway took Harvard first-year Laura Gemmell...

College Bound

Squash players have always been noticed for their amazing agility, speed, racket skills, and fitness. It’s no wonder Forbes Magazine ranked it number one in their article, “Ten Healthiest Sports.” However, increasing numbers of...

Penn Coach Steps Down

After eleven seasons at the University of Pennsylvania, Craig Thorpe-Clark is stepping down as the men’s squash coach.   Over this period, he guided the Quakers to a 95 – 75 record. This past...

Women in Squash

By Jennifer Gabler The explosion in the number of college squash programs across the nation is quite well known. This proliferation of squash opportunities has helped attract more new players, especially women to the sport....

Howe Cup Harvard’s: Trinity Bantams make it 12 straight in the men’s college team...

By Anne Bello By Sunday afternoon, most of the teams competing in the 2010 Women’s National Team Championships had finished their matches and had left to catch flights home or make the long drives back to...