Squash - Varsity

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Click here to see a list of Pride Squash players who continued at the collegiate level.
Pride Squash Photos 2016-2017

The team plays 21 matches and competes in the US High School Championships and the New England Interscholastics. 

Trinity-Pawling's squash program is in a great place in 2015. While we lost seven of our ten players from the 2014-2015 team, we have a lot of young talent, and that means good things for our team in the next few years. No doubt, this year will be a major challenge, but competing against schools like Hotchkiss, Taft, Avon Old Farms, Kent, and Westminster is always a challenge. These are some of the top squash programs in the country, and I'm looking forward to watching our players develop as they compete against players from these schools. 

While I have recruited players in the past few years - Ziad Elmandouh '15 (Cairo, Egypt) and Abdallah Bekhiet '18 (Alexandria, Egypt) - and will continue to recruit, it is my goal to build our program from the ground up. We have a large group of boys interested in squash, and it is my hope that these boys will learn the game and work hard to rise from the thirds or JV team to the varsity under the leadership of our coaches, Mr. Ben Kafoglis and Mr. Ned Reade. Mr. Reade, in particular, is an incredible squash resource. He is a Certified Level 1 instructor and was the Pride's varsity coach from 1975 - 2011. He now coaches the JV team, but he enjoys working with players at any level. 

Finally, I hope you will consider joining Trinity-Pawling and its squash program. We are striving to be among the upper ranks of New England prep school squash, but it all starts with a little talent, hard work, and a desire to compete. If you have these tools, be among the first to help establish a legacy for Trinity-Pawling squash.

If you have any questions about the Trinity-Pawling squash program, please contact Will Dore at wdore@trinitypawling.org


T-P Scoreboard

Saturday, 12/02/2017
  vs. Millbrook School
L   |  1-6

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