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Squash Players Face Balancing Act

Squash is one of several sports at Deerfield that require extensive outside commitment, even while the season is in full swing. For some players, balancing tournaments with regular practices and games, as well as Deerfield’s demanding workload, can be quite a challenge. “People play in ...


Boys’ Squash Bumps up to Division I

Three years ago, Boys Varsity Squash played in the fourth division out of seven at the U.S. High School Squash National Championships. Now recent success has propelled the squad into the top 10 teams in the nation.


Osama “Sam” Khalifa: Squash Wiz

In the past two years, professional Squash player Osama Khalifa ’14, has won over 60 times in not only Egyptian tournaments, but also the German, British, Swiss, Australia and World Squash Opens.


Girls Varsity Squash Squashes its Competitors

This season, he Girls Varsity Squash team has outscored opponents 35-1 during its first five matches, which have included competitions against accomplished teams such as Hotchkiss, Milton, Groton and Choate.


Girls’ Squash Swings Toward Domination

“Our ladder is stacked with so many skilled players that it will be hard for many teams to beat us, so our goals are winning New Englands and placing top 5 at National’s.”


Experienced Youth: Girls’ Squash Aims High This Season

The girls of the varsity squash program are looking stronger and more confident than they have ever been. As they contend in this season’s most competitive matches, with their eyes on a New England title, they face the challenge of defeating many of New England’s finest private school teams.