Jumbos strive to prove top national ranking reflects ability on the water

The women’s crew team went into last weekend’s races with a new sense of confidence as it moved up in the national rankings from No. 11 to No. 3. Its weekend of racing, however, ended with mixed results. When the Jumbos first saw their new position in the rowing rankings, they were both excited and in disbelief. They were, however, also […]

Optimistic Jumbos hope for strong start to spring season

The women’s crew team begins its season on April 4, on home turf, with a race against Hamilton, Mount Holyoke and Trinity at the Shoemaker Boathouse. The No. 11 Jumbos enter their season full of optimism as they prepare to hit the water for the first time all year.  “I’ve been rowing for Tufts for four […]

Tufts ends season on high note, takes home Epps Cup

The women’s squash team saw significant improvement this year as it ended its season ranked No. 25 nationally and more significantly, took home the Epps Cup at the College Squash Association (CSA) Championships. The players worked hard on and off the court as the season progressed, and their on-court results reflected that work. “There were a few […]

Tufts overcomes obstacles for successful season

The men’s squash team entered the 2014-15 season with high hopes of finishing off the season with a higher ranking than its previous one, No. 34. The Jumbos were able to achieve this goal, which can be attributed to the team’s camaraderie, improved practices and hard work on and off the court. “This season was far better […]

Tufts finishes No. 28 in the national rankings

The men’s squash team traveled to Trinity College last weekend to play in the College Squash Association’s (CSA) Team Championships. The Jumbos competed in the D division in the hopes of winning the Conroy Cup and a higher national ranking than their current one, No. 28. The Jumbos opened up play with a 6-3 win […]

Tufts ends season with Epps Cup victory in CSA Team Championships

Despite having been snowed out of several practices leading up to the Collegiate Squash Association’s (CSA) Team Championships, the women’s squash team defied the odds and concluded its season with a stellar spate of performances at Harvard this past weekend. Sitting at 6-13 overall heading into the event, the Jumbos nevertheless went into the tournament with a decidedly positive attitude. They kicked […]

Optimistic Jumbos look forward to Nationals

The 11th-seeded men’s squash team traveled to Williams College last weekend for the 2015 NESCAC Championship tournament prepared and confident.  The Jumbos were unable to come home with team success, however, due to a few critical players’ being injured. “We didn’t perform as well as we hoped,” senior Elliot Kardon said. Two of those injuries kept […]

Tufts falls against two NESCAC foes

The men’s squash team heads into the NESCAC tournament with a disappointing weekend of losses behind it. On Saturday Jan. 31, Tufts traveled to Harvard to take on one of its toughest rivals, Colby. Unfortunately, the Jumbos fell to the White Mules with a match score ending in 8-1. The Jumbos’ one win came from junior […]