Our Squash program assists in the development of strong, confident and capable student-athletes. We develop each player’s technical ability, tactical awareness, and knowledge for the rules of the game. We value accountability, resiliency, hard work, loyalty, selflessness, and respect as we strive to create a team environment where everyone feels valued and appreciated.
Walker’s squash program competes in Division 3 of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC). Walker’s is also a member school in the prestigious Founders League. League competitors include Choate, Taft, Hotchkiss, Loomis, Westminster, Kent, Kingswood Oxford, and Miss Porter’s.
Additionally, Walker’s squash is a member school of the New England Interscholastic Squash Association (NEISA).
vs. Berkshire School
vs. Millbrook School
vs. Buckingham Brown & Nichols School
vs. St. Luke's School
vs. Briarwood School
vs. Choate Rosemary Hall
vs. Westover School
vs. Williston Northampton School
vs. Suffield Academy
vs. Miss Porter's
vs. The Canterbury School
vs. The Rectory School
vs. The Taft School
vs. Hopkins School
vs. The Hotchkiss School
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December 7, 2019: The Walker’s varsity squash team hosted Kingswood Oxford. There were some tightly contested matches but Walker’s came away with only one win, losing the match 6-1. Kali Fontanella’s ’22 win went to five games. Her grit, determination, and quickness were exciting to watch.
2019-2020 Season Photo Album: Click the gallery above to view game photos from the winter 2019-2020 season.
It was a memorable season for the squash program. The varsity team didn’t stand alone this winter, having a JV program for the first time in Walker’s history. Equally significant, the varsity team attended High School Squash Nationals for the first time, competing in Division VI which was held at Westminster School. This is one of the largest squash tournaments in the world with the 2020 tournament hosting more than 1,600 players. Walker’s won round one on the first day of the tournament, which was held on Friday afternoon. The team performed well in round two late Saturday morning, and lost in the finals 4-3 to Buckingham Browne & Nichols School on Sunday morning. Following Nationals, the team also competed in New Englands where they traveled to Pomfret for back-to-back days to compete in the Class E Tournament.