Squash - Boys 2nd Team

Schedule

Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Result Score Status
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
BB&N
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
St. Paul's School
St. Paul's School Away View Recap Loss 0-7
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Pomfret School
Pomfret School Away Details Win 7-0
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Groton School
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
St. George's School
St. George's School Away Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Milton Academy
Milton Academy Away Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Phillips Exeter Away Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Middlesex School
Brooks School Home Details CHANGED: This event has changed.
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Belmont Hill School
Belmont Hill School Away Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Noble and Greenough
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
St. Mark's School
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Tabor Academy
Tabor Academy Away Details
Squash - Boys 2nd Team vs.
Fessenden School
Brooks School Home Details

Overview

Squash - Boys 2nd Team

Brooks has maintained the fine tradition of squash since the 1930s, producing hundreds of life-long players who continue to compete at the highest level. There is tremendous interest at Brooks in playing squash, with more than 50 boys comprising four teams. The top 28 players, based on a ladder system, make up the 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams, although many more get to play in matches throughout the season. Graduates have played for all the major varsity collegiate programs, most recently including Harvard, Williams, Cornell, Bowdoin, Hobart, Bates, Connecticut College and Tufts.

We are proud of the fact that even some of our most accomplished players picked up a racquet for first time at Brooks. The 2nd team is focused on player development, from the basics of racquet grip and footwork, to fitness, to the more mental and strategic aspects of the game. Video review is used extensively. We play a complete interscholastic schedule, usually traveling with the 1st team and presenting one unified program.

In addition, student athletes are fortunate to have access to the exceptional on-campus athletic facilities at Brooks. Athletes at all levels have the opportunity to use the fully equipped weight room to improve strength and conditioning, and a fully-staffed training room is available to treat injuries big and small.

Coaches

  • Head Coach

    Tote Smith, was born in Denver, grew up in Maine and Virginia, and spent 12 years working as an investment banker. In 2003, Tote and his family (Kathy, Nate, Tobey and a yet-to-be-named daughter) moved to the Salisbury School. For 13 years at Salisbury, Tote was a math teacher, dorm parent and crew coach. At Brooks, Tote teaches math and coaches the crew team. The Smiths live in Thorne House.