Intercollegiate Squash Doubles Boasts Largest Mixed and Women’s Draws

The 2013 Mixed final between Princeton (white) and Franklin & Marshall.

The 2013 Mixed final between Princeton (white) and Franklin & Marshall.

A historic thirty-first annual U.S. Intercollegiate Squash Doubles Championships  boasting the largest Women’s and Mixed draws in the tournament’s history joins a jam-packed weekend of squash in Philadelphia this weekend.

A twelve-team Mixed draw, eight-team Women’s Team, and twenty-team Men’s draw begin play Friday at Racquet Club of Philadelphia and Germantown Cricket Club.

Last year’s Intercollegiate Squash Doubles Champions Princeton and Navy return to defend their Men’s (NAVY), Women’s (Princeton), and Mixed (Princeton) titles at Racquet Club of Philadelphia and Germantown Cricket Club, October 10-12.

Princeton University’s Maria Elena Ubina collected two winners trophies in her first mixed and women’s doubles final appearances, while the United States Naval Academy’s Hunter Beck and Andrew McGuinness earned the service academy’s first-ever national individual title in an all-Navy final.

McGuinness will play with a new partner after Beck’s graduation, Josh Hughes. Princeton’s Ubina will once again pair with Samual Kang in the Mixed Division, and will pair with U.S. Junior National teammate and Princeton Freshman Olivia Fiechter in the Women’s Division.

Intercollegiate doubles players pose for a picture on the ASB Glass Court at the Delaware Investments U.S. Open

Intercollegiate doubles players pose for a picture on the ASB Glass Court at the Delaware Investments U.S. Open

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