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 […]


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 […]


Women’s squash prepares for Walker Cup showdown

The Women’s College Squash Association National Championships kicks off this weekend on Feb. 22 in Hartford, Conn., the home of 13-time NESCAC champion Trinity. The Bantams split hosting duties with the nearby Wesleyan Cardinals of Middletown, Conn. through Feb. 24, when five champions will be crowned. The tournament is set up in a five division […]


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 wins 3 matches to end regular season

The Jumbos conquered the courts on a perfect three for three during its last weekend of regular season play. The team is No. 17 in the nation, according to the College Squash Association (CSA). On Friday, Tufts played on their home Harvard courts against No. 19 Bates. Six players were victorious in their matches against […]


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 […]


Jumbos return home with a no. 19 national ranking

The Tufts women’s squash team (17-7) return from the College Squash Association (CSA) Team Championships in Princeton, N.J. ranked 19th in the country. On Sunday, the Jumbos faced off against William Smith College (14-8), and they were victorious with a 6-3 win. First-year Claire Davidson fought a long five-game match in the first position. She won the first two, dropped the next […]


Jumbos take down Camels, fall to Panthers, Polar Bears and Mules

Tufts started the NESCAC Championship weekend off strong with a win against Conn. College but fell short in its matches against Middlebury, Bowdoin and Colby. It was a long weekend in Amherst, with four matches for the team over a span of three days. Sixth-seeded Tufts took on ninth-seeded Colby on Sunday in a consolation round. Sophomore […]


Mixed results for Tufts going into championship weekend

The Tufts women’s squash team split its last two matches in contrasting styles as it wrapped up its last week of competition before the NESCAC Championships this weekend. The Jumbos couldn’t get anything going against the Colby Mules on Saturday, falling 9-0, but came back to record a 7-2 victory on Monday against the Boston College Eagles at […]


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