The girls varsity squash team hosted neighbor and Founders League foe Miss Porters School on Wednesday, January 31, in a matchup that saw the Pelicans defeat the Fighting Daisies 6-1.
The girls squash program is well-balanced in many aspects: grade level, experience, game aptitude, and sportsmanship. The varsity squash program welcomes an array of talented players in all grade levels.
Both the varsity and JV teams work daily to build on a solid base of experience and improve their game physically and mentally. The program focuses on mastering fundamental squash technique and strategy while working toward a high level of fitness and conditioning as well as instilling a strong work ethic and guiding our student-athletes to exhibit confidence, respect, and good sportsmanship on and off the court.
We create an inclusive and supportive team environment that promotes healthy competition, open communication, and fun. We look forward to having you join us.
Improving their record to a 5-0, the girls varsity squash team started the 2018 portion of its season with two wins against Tabor Academy and Westminster School on Saturday.
In the first match of the season, the girls varsity squash team traveled on Saturday to cross-town rivals Westminster and came away with a 4-3 win after an exciting day of squash.
Members of the girls squash program took time out of their fall schedules on Wednesday to help support kids from low-income neighborhoods in Hartford as part of an event organized by Capital Squash.
The boys and girls squash teams competed in the New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) championships over the weekend. The boys took home third place in Division B while the girls came in fourth.