The finals of the 2017 Men's and Women's College Squash Association National Team Championships will be shown live – and for free – on SQUASHTV this month when Harvard University and Princeton University host some of the most intense squash action in the United States.
The SQUASHTV cameras will be on location at Harvard from February 17th – 19th for the Men’s College Squash Association National Team Championships, when some of the most talented players in the US will compete for the Potter Cup – where Yale University will be looking to defend its crown in the eight strong division.
Then the action will switch to the Women’s College Squash Association National Team Championships from February 24th – 26th when Princeton University will host the top Women's teams in the US.
All the action will be shown for free on SQUASHTV (www.psaworldtour/tv)
“We’re very excited to be expanding our squash coverage this season and to be partnering with the College Squash Association to add the 2017 College Finals to what is already the most expansive season of PSA World Tour coverage ever,” said PSA COO Lee Beachill.
“Our ambition is to bring as much high quality squash into the living rooms and mobile devices of our fans as possible and the CSA Team Championships is amongst the most competitive events below the professional Tour, featuring some of the most talented young players in the world, and we’re looking forward to presenting this year’s finals to fans around the world.”
Men’s College Squash Association National Team Championships – Competing Teams:
1. Trinity College
2. Harvard University
3. Columbia University
4. University of Rochester
5. St. Lawrence University
6. Drexel University
7. Yale University
8. University of Pennsylvania
The action gets underway from 12:30pm Friday 17th with the finals taking place at 1:00pm on Sunday February 19th.