Haverford School’s Squash Team Wins National Championship

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From left: Coach Asad Khan, Grant Sterman, Peter Miller, Spencer Yager, Will Glaser, Duncan Joyce, Bill Wu, Sam Turner, and Christian Shah. Image via The Haverford School.

It was a repeat of last year’s national championship, but this time it didn’t come down to the seventh and final match.

The Haverford School varsity squash team vindicated that 4-3 upset loss to the Brunswick School (Greenwich, Conn.) by taking its first national title by the score of 5-2, according to a Philly Sports Digest staff report.

The Fords came into the tourney as the No. 1 seed and left as the No. 1 team on Feb. 12.

“It feels great to win our first title. I’m hoping for many more to come,” Haverford School coach Asad Khan said. “The guys were hungry. I had to keep them calm, but they were hungry. They had learned their lessons, and I think that was the most important part: Let their rackets do the talking, and not talking off the court.”

Read more about the path to the top for The Haverford School on Philly Sports Digest here.

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