This pivotal ranking update, marking the culmination of relentless competition throughout the season, not only celebrates the achievements of these collegiate teams but also sets the stage for the highly anticipated national championship showdown.
As the dust settles from an electrifying weekend of conference championships, the latest rankings have finalized the field for the two upcoming Team Championships.
CSA teams just competed in their respective Conference Championship events, the final opportunity for teams to bolster their rankings ahead of the crucial ranking update which will decide the qualifiers for the end-of-season team championships
Trinity College is the top seed in the 2024 NESCAC Women’s Squash Championship which will be hosted by Amherst College on February 10 and 11. The top eight teams in the conference, based on ELO rankings, will compete for the title in a single-elimination tournament.
Quarterfinal matches begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 10. The semifinals and final are set to be played on Sunday, February 11.
2023 NESCAC Championship Recap
The top-seeded Trinity Bantams extended their streak of NESCAC Championship titles to 16 straight with a 9-0 win over No. 2 Tufts in the final at the Simon Squash Center at Williams College. The Bantams did not allow a point in three matches on their way to the NESCAC crown.
Tufts finished as the NESCAC Runners-Up for the second straight year after advancing to the championship match for the first time in program history in 2022. The Jumbos reached their second straight championship match with a 9-0 win over No. 7 Colby in the quarterfinals and a 6-3 victory over No. 3 Williams in the semifinals.