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 falls in national C Division finals

The Jumbos put out a strong showing in the C Division of the College Squash Association (CSA) national championship, also known as the Walker Cup, finishing second to NESCAC rival Bates. Tufts lost 6–3 to a strong Bates team in the finals, after beating that same side 6–3 in the regular season and 5–4 in the NESCAC fifth […]

Men’s squash rises to finish with best season in program history

The men’s squash team engineered a dramatic turnaround in its 2015-2016 campaign as the program, revitalized by young talent, saw its first winning season since 2007-2008 and the best season in program history. The Jumbos had never finished more than one game above .500, which they had only done three times since 1999. But Tufts battled to a 14-9 […]

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, […]

Women’s squash upsets Wellesley, but falls to higher-ranked Amherst and Hamilton

At the College Squash Association (CSA) Team Nationals over the weekend, No. 24 Tufts stumbled early and could not overcome strong opposition from Amherst and Hamilton on Friday and Saturday. It did, however, take down No. 23 Wellesley College on Sunday to end the weekend, ending the season on a positive note. The Jumbos had an impressive stretch […]

Promising season for Jumbos culminates in rough make-or-break weekend at NESCACs

The men’s squash team had a disappointing series of matches in the opening days of the NESCAC tournament this weekend. Tufts finished the weekend without a win as they exited the tournament, having lost tough matches against Amherst in the opening round and against Conn. College and Hamilton in the consolation rounds. Following a 9-0 […]

Tufts bounces back from losses with win over Boston College

The men’s squash team dominated Boston College in a 9-0 win on Monday night. The win saw the team bounce back from a pair of losses to strong MIT and Colby teams the week before, and it hopes to leverage that momentum as it enters this weekend’s NESCAC Championship. Not allowing the losses to MIT and Colby to dictate its play on Monday night, the […]

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 […]