Who Will It Be Today?

By Kirsten Carlson On any given day, anything can happen. On November 16th, the brothers Talbott will have a dual on their hands, as Mark’s Stanford Cardinal—led by 2006 individual champ Lily Lorentzen—will face Dave’s rebuilt...

White Goes Back to School

First there was Martin Heath at Rochester. Now there’s John White taking the reigns of the Men’s and Women’s squash teams at Franklin & Marshall. Yep, former World No. 1 Whitey took up residence...

The Maine Men at Ketcham

Bowdoin College’s Zach Linhart and Peter Cipriano captured the 2007 National Intercollegiate Hardball Doubles Championship this spring at the University Club in New York, with successive wins over Princeton, No. 1 seed Yale and...

Wellesley Back to Varsity!

The Wellesley squash team can breathe a huge sigh of relief, and give themselves one giant pat on the back. Squash has been reinstated as a varsity sport at Wellesley, after being stripped of...

Sid and Kyla are National Champs

Photos by Gill Talbot “I am absolutely delighted because I never had it in my first three years. I lost it to Yasser every year. I finished fourth my first year, third my second year...

Sweet Perfection! Trinity and Princeton Win National Titles

By Kirsten Carlson Photos by Dale Walker/DaleWalkerPhoto.com One amazing thing happened to each of the intercollegiate national championship teams this year. The first is more obvious, and definitely more well known. Trinity won their ninth consecutive...

Spotlight Intercollegiates

By Kirsten Carlson A Long Time Coming Penn finally defeats an Ivy powerhouse Three years: That’s a while. Eight years: That’s a long time. That is how long Penn women’s squash coach Jack Wyant and men’s coach...