Litman, Davidson represent Tufts at College Squash Association individual nationals

Junior Claire Davidson and senior Alan Litman wrapped up Tufts’ 2018–2019 women’s and men’s squash seasons by representing the Jumbos at the College Squash Association (CSA) individual championships at Brown University in Providence, R.I. this weekend. Litman competed in the Molloy Cup South Division, while Davidson squared off against opponents in the Holleran East Cup. […]


Women’s squash turn in top-5 performance at NESCAC Championships

After losing 6–3 to Amherst in the quarterfinal of the NESCAC Championship on Saturday, the Jumbos wrapped up NESCAC tournament play with a 9–0 win over Trinity in the consolation round and 5–4 win over Bates in the fifth-place match. In Sunday’s fifth-place match against the Bobcats, sophomore Julie Young defeated senior Kristyna Alexova (8–11, 11–4, 11–9, […]


Women’s squash to play Amherst at NESCACs, loses to Harvard to end regular season

For the second year in a row, the Jumbos will be playing at the NESCAC tournament. Squash powerhouse Trinity will host the tournament in Hartford, Conn. on Feb. 10 and 11. Last Tuesday, the regular season ended on a rather bleak note, with the Jumbos falling to No. 1 Harvard 9–0, dropping No. 16 Tufts to 8–5 on […]


Women’s squash goes 2–2 over break, gears up for the rest of the season

The No. 19 Tufts women’s squash team played a slew of matches during the last full week of winter break, the Jumbos’ first time back on the court since their last official match on Dec. 8, 2018. During the break in competition, the team prepared diligently for upcoming matches against Yale, Amherst, Conn. College and Dickinson College. “We […]


Squash teams fall to Middlebury, Williams in challenging doubleheaders

Back-to-back matches over the weekend ended in disappointment for Tufts men’s and women’s squash teams, as both squads fell on consecutive days to Middlebury and Williams. Nonetheless, coach Joe Raho noted the teams’ optimism heading into the remainder of their seasons. Men’s squash First-years Marco Rodriguez and Will Dewire recorded No. 23 Tufts’ only two victories in its […]


Squash teams sweep first two NESCAC matches, men fall to Harvard 8–1

Tufts’ men’s and women’s squash teams played their first slate of matches in the 2018–19 season before the recent Thanksgiving break. Both teams turned in impressive performances, crushing NESCAC rivals Wesleyan and Colby. After returning to campus, however, the men’s side was walloped by Harvard. Men’s squash On Wednesday, No. 23 Tufts fell 8–1 to No. 2 Harvard. The Jumbos’ sole win […]


Squash teams enter 2018–19 season with high hopes

A long offseason of training and preparation is about to end for Tufts’ men’s and women’s squash teams. Jumbos on both squads will pick up their rackets in the coming days for the start of their 2018–19 campaigns. The teams kick off their schedules against Wesleyan on Saturday and Colby on Sunday, with all matches hosted by Harvard, looking to start […]


Tufts concludes season with third-place finish in Walker Cup

In its final weekend of the 2017-2018 season, the Tufts women’s squash team (15–7) competed for the Walker Cup in the C Division of the College Squash Association (CSA) Team Championships at Harvard. Entering the tournament ranked 18th in the nation, the Jumbos were seeded second of the eight teams competing in their bracket. The excitement surrounding the […]


Jumbos fall to Mammoths at NESCAC Championships

The fifth-seeded Tufts women’s squash team surveyed its competition this weekend at the NESCAC Championships in Clinton, N.Y., where it fell to fourth-seeded Amherst, 7–2, in the first round of play before taking on Hamilton and Bates in the consolation bracket. With large crowds packed into Hamilton’s Little Squash Center, the Jumbos prepared themselves to play a handful of […]


Women’s squash set up for a successful season

A reinvigorated Tufts women’s squash team will be looking to dominate the courts this winter after it had one of its most successful seasons ever last year. Armed with a new coach, Joe Raho, and excited young players, the Jumbos are poised to build on the success of their 2016–17 season, in which they jumped out […]


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