Squash - Boys 3rd Team

Schedule

Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Result Score Status
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
Fessenden School
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
Middlesex School
All Day
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
Belmont Hill School
All Day
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Phillips Academy Away Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
St. Sebastian's School
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
Groton School
Groton School Away Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
St. Mark's School
St. Mark's School Away Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
St. Mark's School
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
Groton School
Brooks School Home Details
Squash - Boys 3rd Team vs.
St. Sebastian's School
Brooks School Home Details

Overview

Squash - Boys 3rd 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.

We are proud of the fact that even some of our most accomplished players picked up a racquet for first time at Brooks. The 3rd team introduces novices to the game. Focus is on rules, proper technique, and conditioning. Matches against the other ISL schools give 3rd-team players the opportunity to compete against similarly skilled competition.

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


    Jeffrey C. Saunders joined the math department in 2005, after working in the technology center for several years. He teaches a very popular robotics class, in addition to coaching tennis in the spring. Saunders lives off campus with his wife, Lisa, and their two daughters, Katherine and Madeline.