Greenwich Academy Squash Wins 7th consecutive New England Championship
Greenwich Academy's squash team capped off an undefeated season with a New England title and an FAA Championship. This was the 7th consecutive New England Championship for the varsity a squash team, as they nearly won every match up and down the draw at Phillips Exeter. Click here to read an article on the the team from The Greenwich Time.
Brooks Girls' Squash Wins 2018 NEPSAC Class B Championship
February 27, 2018
Going into the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC)'s 2018 championships on Friday, coach Kihak Nam '99 admitted his girls 1st squash team was "very nervous."
Coming out of it, though, they were ecstatic: The squad squashed their competition and left the tournament, at The Pomfret School in Pomfret, Conn., on Sunday NEPSAC Class B champions!
St. George's Girls' Squash Team: 2018 HEAD U.S. High School Team Squash Champions
The St. George’s girls’ varsity squash team emerged victorious for the second year in a row at the 2018 HEAD U.S. High School Team Squash Championships in Philadelphia on Feb. 2-4.
The girls’ squash tournament featured 78 teams spread over five divisions with the Dragons entering the weekend as the No. 1 seed in Division II.
St. George's Ainsley Weber Named Newport Daily News Athlete of the Week
Hopkins Girls Squash Takes Home a Victory!
Varsity Girls Squash sent two teams to Philidelphia this weekend to compete in the US Squash High School Nationals Tournaments.
The Grey team took third place in their division.
The Maroon team took first! Congratulations to all the players and GO HOP!
Click here to read more details of their rise to victory!
NEPSAC Class A Tournament Team Sportsmanship Award Honors Coach Nishad Das of Groton School
In honor of Nishad Das (Groton) and his longstanding efforts as both the Groton coach and the executive chair of the girls’ NEISA, the New England Class A Tournament team sportsmanship award will now be known as the Nishad Das Sportsmanship Award. Coach Das has epitomized sportsmanship, integrity, and humility in each of these roles and, by extension, so have his teams. His efforts continue to reinforce the importance of sportsmanship at every level of scholastic squash and, in particular, at the New England Tournaments which he helped lead for so many years. Each season we ask coaches and players to uphold the highest level of sportsmanship and it is only fitting that our end of season award be named in honor of Coach Das.