Boys Varsity Squash

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Instructional squash and informal play are the focus of the fall and spring sports seasons, but mid-November marks the beginning of the interscholastic squash season. Each of our six competitive squash teams is comprised of eight to ten players. Teams compete in dual or tri matches against other schools until the New England Interscholastic tournament in late February. Varsity matches count for National rankings, as do results in the US Squash National High School Championships. We consistently field strong teams in the Northeast, and we schedule the most challenging opponents available. Andover squash players often go on to compete for college teams, and many pursue squash as a life sport. Last year teams at Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Cornell, Brown, Stanford, MIT, and Middlebury had Andover alums in their varsity lineups.

  • Boys Squash closes out regular season with 6-1 win over rivals, Exeter!

    Game vs. Exeter

    Andover boys squash took care of their final match of the season defeating arch rivals, Exeter, for the third time this season. The Big blue won all but one match, clinching the overall tie by 6-1!

  • Andover Boys Squash falls to Deerfield 7-0

    Game vs. Deerfield

    Andover put up an excellent fight against No.3 ranked team in the country losing a hard fought 7-0 decision. There were a lot of positives to take from tough matches across the board and the team move on to Exeter next!

  • Andover Boys Squash defeats St George’s 6-1

    Game vs. St. George's

    Andover Boys Squash won 6-1 against St George’s to win their final home game of the season

  • Andover Boys Squash defeats Exeter 7-0 to move to the quarter finals

    High School Nationals

    Playing for the second time in 3 days, Andover Boys Squash swept Exeter, 7-0, in Hartford to move to the quarter finals of Div II National Championships!

  • Andover Boys Squash clinch spot in Div II National Final

    High School Nationals

    Andover Boys Squash fought out two, long matches today against HLM and Hopkins to earn a place in the finals of Div II National Championships. Both matches were close across the board with Andover managing to secure some crucial points to secure the wins!

  • Andover Boys Squash sweep Exeter

    Game vs. Exeter

    The boys varsity squash team swept historic rivals, Exeter, 7-0, winning all 21 games on offer during the tie!

  • Andover Boys Squash falls 7-0 to No.3 St Paul's

    Game vs. St. Paul's

    Andover boys lost a hard fought 7-0 against the no.3 ranked team in the country. 5 of the matches were lost by either 3-1 or 3-2 with the other two matches close contests as well.

  • Andover Boys Squash sweeps Groton 7-0

    Game vs. Groton

    Andover Boys Squash secured a convincing 7-0 win against Groton winning all 21 games on offer in the contest. Through disciplined, error free squash, the boys were able to rebound perfectly after a tough loss mid week against Nobles.

  • Andover Boys Squash drops 4-3 decision to Nobles

    Game vs. Nobles

    Andover Boys Varsity Squash team lost a close 4-3 contest in their first away match against Nobles, losing 3-2 in the deciding match at 3-3. The result was a huge improvement on last years result against the same team where they were beaten 5-2.

  • Boys Varsity Squash beats local rivals, Brooks, 6-1

    Game vs. Brooks

    Boys Varsity Squash produced a dominant display to comfortably defeat Brooks 6-1. Their sole loss came at the number 1 spot in a close fought contest. The remaining matches were won by a 3-0 or 3-1 margin.

  • Boys Varsity Squash upsets Milton 5-2

    Game vs. Milton

    Andover Boys squash produced a strong overall performance to defeat Milton 5-2. With one player out injured, everyone moved up one slot and competed well against solid opponents. Victories came at 1, 2, 5, 6 and 7 with close losses at the 3 and 4 spots.

  • Boys Varsity Squash falls in decider to Belmont Hill

    Game vs. Belmont Hill

    Boys Varsity Squash put up an excellent fight against one of the top teams in New England, losing 3-2 in the deciding match, with the overall score tied at 3-3! Andover clinched wins at no.1, 6 and.7 but ultimately fell short by one game in the decider

  • 5-2, Win

    Match vs. Tabor

  • 7-0, Win

    Match vs. Choate

  • Andover Boys Squaash Upset Brooks 4-3

    Game vs. Brooks

    The Andover Varsity boys squash team upset Div 1 Brooks 4-3 in one of their biggest wins this season. Senior, Ishaan Patel, clinched the deciding match at 3-3 to claim victory for the team!

  • Andover Boys Squash defeats Milton to claim 9th place in Div II at Nationals

    High School Nationals

    Andover Boys Varsity Team revenged a mid season loss to Milton to win the consolation draw of Div II at High School Nationals. After a tough 4-3 loss in the first round which came down to a tiebreak, Andover won 3 consecutive 4-3 matches to take 9th spot.

  • Boys Varisty Squash sweeps rivals Exeter on the road!

    Game vs. Exeter

  • Boys Varsity Squash moves past Westminster

    Game vs. Westminster

    On the second match in one day, the Boys Varsity Squash team put in a good performance to dispatch Westminster. The sole loss came at the one position against one of the strongest players in the country, and the remaining 6 matches all went PA's way

  • Boys Varsity Squash completes a season double over Choate

    Match vs. Choate

    The boys varsity completed a double win over Choate on home turf this weekend. Historically, a strong opponent, the depth of Andover's team prevailed as they won positions 3-7 to claim a 5-2 overall win

  • Andover Boys Squash Falls to St Pauls

    Game vs. St. Paul's

    Despite a hard fought performance with a number of close matches against a top 3 nationally ranked team, Andover Boys Squash lost out 7-0 against an very deep St Paul's team

  • Andover Boys Squash sweeps Middlesex

    Game vs. Middlesex

  • Boys Varsity Squash moves past Groton

    Game vs. Groton

    The Boys Varsity Squash Team defeated Groton in a comfortable win. Strong, disciplined performances from all players against solid opponents made for a good day away from home

  • Varsity falls in close contest to Deerfield

    Game vs. Deerfield

    Boys Varsity Squash Team put up a good fight against one of their stronger opponents of the season. Sean Kim and Xander Schwartz picked up the wins comfortably at 6 and 7 while positions 1-5 were all hard fought matches.

  • 4-4, Tie

    Game vs. Tabor

  • 7-0, Win

    Game vs. St. Mark's

  • 7-0, Win

    Game vs. Middlesex

  • 3-4, Loss

    Game vs. Groton

  • 1-6, Loss

    Game vs. Deerfield

  • 2-5, Loss

    Game vs. Brooks

  • 0-8, Loss

    Game vs. Belmont Hill

  • 4-3, Win

    Game vs. Choate

Coach: John Roberts

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