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Varsity Squash

The Coach

Coach Bob Brownell has coached the varsity squash team since 2005. Though he was a three-sport athlete at Williams College, he never played squash competitively until his 20s. He would go on to become the Massachusetts State Amateur Champion and still competes today.

Coach Brownell succeeds the coach and founder of squash at Belmont Hill, George Seeley, who built one of New England’s strongest programs over the years. “I am most proud of the talent we have developed,” Coach Brownell says. “Every year we aim to win the ISL and New England championships, and to compete on a national level.”


The Program

Since its first year in the ISL in 1998, the team has won 19 ISL championships.  The team also boasts three New England championships.  Virtually all of Coach Brownell's players go on to compete in college, many in some of the strongest programs in the country.

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22-23 Team Record

Record: 9-3

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