About the Program
Established in 1976, the women's squash program at Bowdoin is consistently one of the best teams in the country. And with a top-notch facility to match, few schools in the nation can offer the outstanding experience of playing squash at Bowdoin.
Posting winning seasons (and double digit victories) in 11 of the past 13 years, the Polar Bears have had three players earn All-American status and won the prestigous Kurtz Cup at the CSA National Tournament in 2002-03. For more information on the program, email head coach Tomas Fortson at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Bowdoin is one of the few schools in the nation that offers such a high number of playing opportunities. The sparkling new Lubin Family Squash Center, completed in the spring of 2000, has seven international-standard squash courts, with three levels of spectator seating. Eleven additional courts at Sargent Gymnasium provide even more for practice and recreation. In addition, the Brunswick community has embraced the game of squash, with several high-level players residing in the Mid-Coast area and playing on campus.