- Tufts #1 Profiled on “Her Campus”
- Thoroughly Nice Chaps – We Are
- PSA Cancels World Series
- WSA Cancels World Series
- Pearson and Matthew’s Special Relationship
- Credit Where It Is Due
- Squash Mad Reports Olympic Dream Alive
- Dad Tells Son Hit Opponent
- Last Week’s Question
- To Claim or Not to Claim a National Championship
- This Week’s Women’s College Results
- This Week’s Men’s College Results
- College Notes
- Truth & Rumors
- More Squash News
|Tufts #1 Profiled on “Her Campus”|
Her Campus calls itself the #1 online community for college women.
This week, they turned their attention to Tufts University’s #1 and international heart throb Aditya Advani.
To see Her Campus’ article, please click here.
|“thoroughly nice chaps” – we are|
Time was when all of England hated the Squash Ezine.
This week, the world’s hottest squash related website, gave us a big shout out from across the pond.
To share Squash Mad’s love, please click here.
|PSA Cancels World Series|
|The UK-based PSA has cancelled its World Series, the capstone event at which the tour’s top 8 compete for year end honors.
The story was uncovered (yet again) by SquashMad.com.
|WSA Cancels World Series|
|The WSA World Series, also known as the event that piggy back’s on the PSA World Series, has been cancelled.
We figured we would report it as a separate event since they are, at least for the moment, a separate tour.
To see Squash Mad’s article again, please click here.
|Pearson and Matthew’s Special Relationship|
|David Pearson, the legendary English squash coach, shared with SquashMad.com some of the coaching methods he used to guide Nick Matthew to his recent 3rd PSA Championship.
To see squash Mad’s article, please click here.
|Credit Where It Is Due|
|Richard Millman salutes David Pearson.
However, before he does so, he slags off England Squash writing, “The failure of England Squash and Racketball to learn how to develop our sport as a business, in my opinion, is a fact and a consummate disaster.”
To see Richard Millman’s article, please click here.
|Squash Mad Reports Squash’s Olympic Dream Alive|
|England’s SquashMad.com reported this morning here that squash’s Olympic dream could still be alive.
We would like to remind our British friends of Lucy and Charlie.
She (IOC) routinely promises Charlie (World Squash) that he has a shot at kicking the ball (getting into the Olympics). And at the last minute (IOC vote), Charlie realizes he’s been tricked. #Don’tBeACharlie
To see this video, please click here.
|Dad Tells Son Hit Opponent with Racquet|
|In a boys U-13 match, a father told his son to hit his opponent with his racquet, and the boy did so.
To see Squash Mad’s article, please click here.
|Last Week’s Question|
|Last week we asked “Should all teams that have even one boy/man playing on their squad be considered a men’s team?”
Very, very few people were interested in this question.
But 2/3 of those that answered said
To see the results, please click here.
|To Claim or Not to Claim a National Championship|
Bates and Bowdoin have each finished 9th in the nation at the women’s college squash championships. In fact, they have each done so on three different occasions.
Only one claimed it was a national championship.
To see Squash Ezine Blog’s article, please click here.
|This Week’s Women’s College Results|
|This Week’s Men’s College Results|
|– Lots of upsets this week as College Squash is getting very interesting.
– Pay attention to the fast rising Drexel men. John White’s team was a 12-10 game five loss away from upsetting #8 ranked Cornell.
– #19 Drexel’s women upset #13 Williams women as well this week.
– #7 Franklin and Marshall’s men upended #3 Princeton with a crushing 7-2 victory. F&M hadn’t beaten Princeton in its previous 24 attempts.
– Scandal surrounded the #6 St. Lawrence men’s victory over #5 Rochester. But in the end St. Lawrence walked away with the victory they needed.
– Jamie King’s #20 Hamilton women knocked off #12 Middlebury.
– Mark Allen is wasting no time getting the U. Virginia program moving as his teams are also quickly improving.
– And young and energetic coach Luke Forster is having a nice impact on Northeastern University.
|Dipika’s Funky Court|
This video appears to be promoting a website that doesn’t exist. But it features Dipika Pallikal and Sarah Fitz-Gerald. So, we watched it.
TRUTH & Rumors
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