Women's Squash At Middlebury

The women's squash team ranks among the more competitive collegiate programs in the sport, consistently fielding teams with highly skilled players. The Panthers can boast a number of U.S.W.I.S.R.A. All-Americans, including Vic Hoyt, who represented the women's USA team in the Pan American Games. In addition, several members of the women's squash team have become All-Academic selections.

In '04 and '05, the team enjoyed tremendous success, capturing the Walker Cup. In 1994-95, the team won flight "C" of the prestigious Howe Cup Tournament at Yale University. The squad has continued to be one of the top contenders each season at the tournament. In '01-'02, the Panthers put on a strong showing and were top contenders in flight "B" of the Howe Cup.

In '08-'09, the Middlebury women’s team finished ranked #13 nationally, posting a 19-8 record. The Panthers followed that up with a 20-9 mark, finishing with a school-record 20 wins in '10-11. The team finished ranked a school-best 11th in '11-'12.

Middlebury is a member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference, which includes Amherst, Bates, Bowdoin, Connecticut College, Colby, Hamilton, Trinity, Tufts, Williams, and Wesleyan. The squash schedule also includes Mount Holyoke, Smith, Wellesley, and Dartmouth.