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Squash – Girls Varsity

The BB&N squash program is focused on the development of every level of squash player from beginner club players to elite junior and professional players.

team highlighs

  • 2020 HEAD U.S. High School Team Squash Girls Division VI Champion
  • 2022-23 NEPSAC Honorable Mention: Riana Desai ’24
  • 2022-23 ISL Honorable Mention NEPSAC All-League: Eleanor Rosier ’24
  • Results
  • Coaches
Date Opponent Location Result Score
11/29/23 @ Tabor Academy Tabor Academy Loss 0-7
12/6/23 @ Dexter Southfield School Dexter Southfield School Loss 2-5
1/9/24 vs. Acton-Boxborough Regional High School Home
1/12/24 @ Middlesex School Middlesex School
1/20/24 vs. St. Mark’s School Home
1/23/24 @ Noble & Greenough School Noble & Greenough School
1/24/24 @ St. George’s School St. George's School
1/27/24 @ Groton School Groton School Loss 0-7
1/31/24 @ Dana Hall School Dana Hall School Loss 0-7
2/1/24 vs. Brookline High School Home
2/3/24 @ Milton Academy Milton Academy
2/5/24 @ Brooks School Brooks School
2/6/24 @ Concord Academy Concord Academy
2/9/24 @ Tournament
2/10/24 @ Tournament
2/23/24 @
2/24/24 @

Matthew Sidaway

Meredith Kenny

2022-23 Season Recap

The Girls Varsity Squash Team had a fantastic season full of growth and joy. During the winter season, this committed team practiced late in the evenings at Tufts University with determination and bonded on their road trips to away matches and weekend tournaments. At the end of the season, the squad secured a 2nd place trophy at the NEISA Class D Tournament with two players winning their individual brackets. The team traveled to Philadelphia for the U.S. High School Nationals tournament where they had a ton of fun and played some competitive matches. 

The BB&N Squash program focuses on the development of the student-athlete by emphasizing the importance of sportsmanship, determination, and perseverance. Players are expected to maintain the same high standards they are held to in practice and match play, in the classroom, and in their communities. As a new program in the ISL, one of the most competitive squash leagues in the nation, players must come open-minded and ready to learn. We want to develop a passion for the sport that speeds up improvement while creating a desire to continue playing squash in college and beyond.