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35 schools sponsored varsity level Squash teams during 2015:

              Athletic Scholarships Average Athletic
  Number Number of teams Varsity Athletes (1) Average team size limit per team ** Scholarship (2)
Division  of Schools Men's Women's    Men       Women  Men's Women's    Men       Women     Men       Women 
NCAA  I  13 12 11 178 152 15 16 - -  $        6,752  $        8,109
NCAA  III 22 20 20 293 276 15 14 - -  $                 -  $                 -
Totals  35 32 31 471 428 15 15      $        2,383  $        2,862

 (1) Statistics report student athlete participation at the collegiate varsity level and do not reflect  club or intramural  teams.

**  Squash is not an official sport of the NCAA so there are no NCAA limits on athletic scholarships for  Division I teams.  Squash was eliminated as an emerging NCAA sport for women during 2010 as it did not reach the NCAA's minimum of 40 varsity programs within the allotted 10 year period. The governing body for intercollegiate squash is the College Squash Association (CSA).


 (2) Average Athletic Scholarship is the average award per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the specific school. Some athletes receive full awards, some receive partial and many receive none. Additionally some sports within a school may be fully funded, some partially and some sports provide no athletic scholarships. Private schools generally have higher tuition than public schools and the average award will reflect this.

  Interactive Map - US College Squash Programs 2016:

 

Quick Stats - all US Colleges that sponsored varsity Squash teams in 2015:

            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Squash Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Stanford University Stanford CA NCAA I        -   15    24,609    25,103   44,184   44,184 700 790 5%
Connecticut College New London CT NCAA III 15 14             -               -     47,420   47,420 38%
Trinity College Hartford CT NCAA III 25 15             -               -     46,796   46,796 33%
Wesleyan University Middletown CT NCAA III 13 12             -               -     47,702   47,702 24%
Yale University New Haven CT NCAA I 17 13             -               -     45,800   45,800 700 800 6%
George Washington University Washington DC NCAA I 14 13    18,315    25,460   48,700   48,700 610 700 44%
Amherst College Amherst MA NCAA III 15 16             -               -     47,720   47,720 680 770 14%
Harvard University Cambridge MA NCAA I 21 16             -               -     40,418   40,418 710 800 6%
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge MA NCAA III 12 3             -               -     44,720   44,720 740 800 8%
Mount Holyoke College South Hadley MA NCAA III        -   14             -               -     42,470   42,470 55%
Tufts University Medford MA NCAA III 15 15             -               -     47,596   47,596 680 760 17%
Wellesley College Wellesley  MA NCAA III        -   12             -               -     44,802   44,802 640 740 30%
Williams College Williamstown MA NCAA III 16 14             -               -     48,030   48,030 670 770 19%
U.S. Naval Academy Annapolis MD NCAA I 12         -    full ride!   full ride!              -               -   610 710 8%
Bates College Lewiston ME NCAA III 16 14             -               -     46,750   46,750 25%
Bowdoin College Brunswick ME NCAA III 10 15             -               -     46,354   46,354 15%
Colby College Waterville ME NCAA III 15 13             -               -     45,360   45,360 620 720 28%
            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Squash Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Dartmouth College Hanover NH NCAA I 14 13             -               -     46,764   46,764 680 770 12%
Princeton University Princeton NJ NCAA I 15 16             -               -     41,820   41,820 710 800 7%
Bard College Annandale-On-Hudson NY NCAA III 10         -               -               -     47,560   47,560 45%
Columbia University  New York NY NCAA I 14 12             -               -     48,646   48,646 700 790 7%
Cornell University Ithaca NY NCAA I 17 12             -               -     47,050   47,050 680 770 14%
Fordham University Bronx NY NCAA I 14         -      22,750    27,520   44,450   44,450 580 680 48%
Hamilton College Clinton NY NCAA III 18 17             -               -     47,350   47,350 660 740 26%
Hobart William Smith Colleges Geneva NY NCAA III 15 12             -               -     46,852   46,852 48%
St Lawrence University Canton NY NCAA III 17 17             -               -     47,350   47,350 48%
University of Rochester Rochester NY NCAA III 11         -               -               -     46,150   46,150 36%
Vassar College Poughkeepsie NY NCAA III 11 10             -               -     48,840   48,840 650 740 24%
Dickinson College Carlisle PA NCAA III 14 17             -               -     47,242   47,242 48%
Drexel University Philadelphia PA NCAA I 13 12    15,355    19,219   44,646   44,646 570 670 76%
Franklin and Marshall College Lancaster PA NCAA III 18 16             -               -     48,414   48,414 39%
Haverford College Haverford PA NCAA III 12 13             -               -     46,790   46,790 660 740 25%
University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA NCAA I 16 17             -               -     42,176   42,176 690 780 10%
Brown University Providence RI NCAA I 11 13             -               -     46,408   46,408 670 780 9%
Middlebury College Middlebury VT NCAA III 15 17             -               -     45,637   45,637 630 740 17%
                         

 (1) Varsity Rosters do not reflect club or intramural team participants.

(2) Average Athletic Scholarship is the average award per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the specific school. Some athletes receive full awards, some receive partial and many receive none. Additionally some sports within a school may be fully funded, some partially and some sports provide no athletic scholarships. Private schools generally have higher tuition than public schools and the average award will reflect this.

(3)  SAT Math Average:  For each school this represents the range where the middle half of the admitted students scored, so 1/4 scored below the lower end (25th percentile) and 1/4 scored above the upper end (75th percentile).
          
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