From Squash Magazine
Intercollegiate squash, entering its ninety-eighth season, is looking as vibrant as it ever has.
Diversity is the current watchword in the College Squash Association: there are more teams from more regions of the country and more players and coaches from across the country and around the world. Players hail from over thirty states and there are programs in twenty-six states and the District of Columbia (and Ontario). Nearly three-quarters of collegiate players are from the U.S. The other one-fourth come from fifty-two countries.
At the same time, as it has for decades, intercollegiate squash remains one of the most powerful engines for the game in the country. Over a quarter of U.S. courts are on college campuses. Thousands of newcomers …