Fall and winter sports season reviews

Men’s cross country Led by coach Joel Williams, the men’s cross country team finished 25th out of 32 teams after a two-year hiatus from national competition. The team competed at the Lake Breeze Golf Course, courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, in Winneconne, Wis., on Nov. 17, 2018. After missing out on top-30 ranks for […]

Men’s squash prepares for early-season NESCAC competition

Led by new coach Joe Raho and stacked with impressive first-year recruits, men’s squash is more than ready to begin its winter season on Friday, when the Jumbos will travel across the state to a dual match against Amherst. Tufts finished last season with several notable victories, including a 7–2 win over Conn. College in a consolation round of the NESCAC tournament. […]

Men’s squash wins Chaffee Cup to end their season

Men’s squash capped off their 2015-2016 team season by winning the Chaffee Cup at the CSA Team Championships this past weekend. The final two weeks of the season saw Tufts put together an impressive comeback series after a dismal showing at the NESCAC Championships on Feb. 5 to 6. The Jumbos exited the tournament without a win, […]

Tufts sees early season success, starts 4-2

Tufts began its 2015-2016 campaign on a high note, starting the season 4-2 — an early indication that this season could be more successful than the last. Last year, the team went 6-15. This year, after just six games, the team has already earned two-thirds of the wins it had last season. After dropping the first […]

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 […]

Breakthrough year for Owen Elliott result of family support, attitude and chance

Owen Elliott has had an exceptional sophomore year. Not only has he established himself as Tufts’ premier golfer, but he also cemented his position in the starting lineup on the men’s squash team; he is en route to joining the select group of Jumbos that call themselves multi-sport athletes. Although initially recruited for both soccer and golf, the start […]

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 […]

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 […]

Men’s, women’s teams fall to Bates

Tuesday was a tough day for both men’s and women’s squash teams, as both squads lost road matches at Bates to kick off the second half of their seasons. The men’s team was shut out 9-0 for the second straight occasion, falling to 2-6 on the season. The Jumbos are in a bit of a rut, having been […]