Men's Squash Earns Second Consectutive Barnaby Award
NEW YORK - In only their second year as a varsity program, the Columbia men's squash team put together a strong 2011-12 season and continued to earn national respect. The Men's College Squash Association has awarded Columbia the 2012 Barnaby Award for their performance this year. The Barnaby Award is given annually to the men's team showing the most improvement from the previous season in the sport.
Led by Columbia Alumni and Friends Head Coach Jacques Swanepoel, the Lions are making monumental strides. From getting the program's first Ivy League over Brown, to a runner-up finish in the Hoehn Cup in the 2012 CSA National Championships, Columbia continues to lay a solid foundation for a strong squash program.
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