Men’s Squash 1900s

1982: On May 15, 1982 the Faculty Athletic Policy Committee (FAPC) denied varsity status to the men’s squash team due to staffing shortages. Although at this point there was a lack of money to subsidize coaches, they will continue to be guided by a volunteer coach and receive aid from the College out of a fund set aside for club sports.

1981: On January 29, 1981 the Men’s Club Squash team wins its first ever match, defeating the Dartmouth Big Green 8-2. This win was largely credited to the efforts of freshman Peter Ayer, and captains “Moose” Hosbein and Mitchell Brown, as well as Charlie Wanzer and Jim Grossman.

1978: For the first time ever, the Men’s Club Squash team will receive financial aid from the college to help pay for their travel expenses. They are a beneficiary to a new fund the college established that will allot money to non-varsity intercollegiate sports teams. This money will allow them to increase the number of matches they play.

1975: Middlebury College establishes a club squash team for men.

 

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