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Northeastern’s Squash program was founded in the fall of 2004 by students as a club team. The Huskies compete as a well known Northeast team in the College Squash Association (CSA) against other club and varsity programs around the United States. Our regular season match-ups typically consist of teams in the New England area, extending out further as the season progresses.

The Huskies look forward to their continued success and growing fan base in the coming years as squash gets more and more exposure around campus. The Northeastern Round Robin Tournament was established in 2017, with teams traveling from all around the country to compete against the Huskies as well as local Boston teams like BU and BC. The tournament continues to grow every year with an active waitlist, giving rise to our program around Northeastern and in Boston. More about the Men’s Team

Highlights and Accomplishments
  • Each year the College Squash Association awards the Barnaby Trophy to the most improved college squash team.  In 2006, Northeastern was a finalist for this Barnaby Trophy for the Most Improved Team Award for moving up the most ranking spots in college squash.
  • Also in 2006, Northeastern won Division E, the Chaffee Cup, at Nationals.
  • In 2014, for the second time in 10 years, The Huskies won their division at the CSA Nationals and brought the Chaffee Cup back to Northeastern.
  • In 2016, the Men’s Team won their division once again at the CSA Nationals and brought the Serues Cup to Northeastern for the first time.
  • In 2018, the Women’s team won their division for the first time. They beat BC to take home the E cup!
  • In 2019, the Men’s Team finished second in the E division as the third best Club Team in the country. The women finished 29th in the country (breaking top 30 for the first time in program history) and retained their spot as top club team in the country.

The Huskies’ home facility, the Badger and Rosen Squashbusters Center, is one of the prides of our program. The building houses eight state-of-the-art squash courts, workout stations, multipurpose rooms, and spectacular views of the Boston skyline. It also serves students in the Boston Public Schools, providing after-school programming and hosting school-based squash tournaments.

795 Columbus Ave Boston, MA 02115

Current Rankings

Click the link above to view the current standings provided by the CSA.

The College Squash Association is the national governing body for both varsity and club squash teams in the United States. Rankings are calculated at 6pm each Monday evening during the regular season; club team rankings are calculated beginning 6 weeks before nationals.

Background

Started in 2017, the purpose of the Northeastern Squash Hall of Fame is to recognize players who have made exceptional contributions to the success and advancement of squash at Northeastern. This award seeks to recognize and thank these individuals who have been so integral to our program during their time at Northeastern and beyond.

Requirements

Players are recognized from both the Men’s and Women’s Teams, and are awarded based on merit at the time of graduation or post-graduation. For this reason, there is not necessarily a selection every year; admittance to the Hall of Fame is determined on a rolling basis by the current Team Presidents or Team Head Coach.

Members
Year Awarded  Name    
2018Daniel Blohm E’18
Nicole Powers BCHS’20
2019Connor Rouan E’19

EXECUTIVE

BOARD

Maggie Markgraf

President

markgraf.m@husky.neu.edu

Linda Manziaris

Treasurer

manziaris.l@husky.neu.edu

Sophie Langlois

Marketing

sophie.wm.langlois@gmail.com

Isabelle Quarrier

Captain

quarrier.i@husky.neu.edu

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