Fifteen Seconds: Baset Chaudhry Exit From Collegiate Squash

By James Zug Photos by Dick Druckman Upon clinching a 11-6, 11-6, 11-4 win in his match against Yale, Baset Chaudhry stooped down and for three or four seconds yelled at Kenny Chan. He then left...

2009 College Squash Season Begins

By Anne Bello and Michael T. Bello, co-Editors of CollegeSquashAssociation.com Although the 2009-2010 college squash season is just getting underway, there have been plenty of exciting tournaments and matches through mid-November. During the first weekend of...

College Transition

By David Gauvey Herbert I graduated from Stanford a little over a year ago, but I didn’t fully realize that I had left the world of college squash until this winter. As my league team...

College Squash Season Preview

By Anne Bello and Michael T. Bello co-Editors of CollegeSquashAssociation.com With new players, a new scoring method, new teams, and a new website, the 2009-2010 college squash season will build on the excitement of last year’s...

College Squash Association Launches New Website

The College Squash Association (CSA), the governing body for men’s and women’s intercollegiate squash in the United States, officially launched its new website (CollegeSquashAssociation.com) at the end of August. The site will support an association...

Aging Up

Junior squash players using their racquet skills and intellectual aptitudes as tools toward getting into college is certainly not a new concept in the squash community. However, over the past few years, the world...

The Streak Goes On: For six hours, Princeton’s men looked to be the new...

By Jay D. Prince Photos by Richard Druckman Over four-thousand days. The streak. Trinity dominating men’s intercollegiate squash. That’s how long it’s been since they last lost. Sure, there have been a handful of 5-4 wins,...

The Next Step

Becoming a nationally ranked squash player takes dedication, perseverance, and commitment to the game. Combine these attributes with equal academic dedication and a college squash player is born. This year, over 100 high school...

Princeton Duo Takes College Doubles Title

David Letourneau and Kimlee Wong of Princeton combined to capture the 2008 Ketcham Cup, indicative of the Intercollegiate Doubles Championship, defeating C.J. Plimpton and Ethan Oetter of Yale, 15-8, 15-9, 17-16 in the finals....

Trinity Men Roll Along 10 years and counting

By Jay D. Prince Photos by Debra Tessier/SquashPhotos.com "This year was a great year for press, for not only the squash program here but for the sport,” said Trinity Men’s Coach Paul Assaiante. “To have squash...