Boys' Varsity Squash
2nd in the USA, 2010-11
New England Champion, 2011
5th in the USA, 2009-10
5th in the USA, 2006-07
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Squash has existed at Taft since 1972, and, since its inception, it has always been one of the most popular sports at the school. As a result of this popularity and the dedication of several experienced coaches, the program has grown each year and now boasts three competitive boys' teams and a large group of enthusiastic intramural players.
Taft Squash strives to develop lifelong players who will leave Taft with a strong grasp of the fundamentals and a love for the sport. Further, Taft squash players are continuing their careers at the collegiate level and beyond. Our players have represented Yale, Trinity, Williams, Cornell, Dartmouth, Amherst, The Naval Academy, and a host of other schools.
Taft has always occupied a place amongst the squash elite. Founder’s League competition began in 1985, and since that time Taft has been crowned Founder’s League Champion 19 times, most recently in 2011. This includes a streak of 14 straight years from 1993-2006. During this time, Taft was also New England Champion six times, most recently in 2011.