The Wildcats wrapped the 2018-2019 winter season with their 10th consecutive EIL Championship title, a 13-3 overall record, and a 15th place finish at Nationals.
"Teamwork, strength, fun and determination" are just a few words that come to mind for Head Coach Szilvi Szombati when thinking of the Winsor squash teams.
The Wildcats just wrapped up a 2018-2019 winter season with their 10th consecutive EIL Championship title, a 13-3 overall record, and a 15th place finish at New Englands. JV finished with a 15-1 record. The Varsity and JV1 teams went undefeated in the league, without dropping a match or even a game against their opponents.
"Winsor's Varsity team might be the youngest one in the country, but they are rapidly marking the school on the national map of squash," says Coach Szombati, who has led the program for 16 years. With 52 girls on four squash teams, it is clear that squash is blossoming at Winsor. Winsor finished in 26th place out of 87 programs at this year's National Championships—a big jump from last year's 38thplace. They also dominated against ISL teams like Milton, Middlesex, St Mark's, Tabor and Brooks.
Having just one senior and no juniors on the roster promises a bright future for the Wildcats. The team already has big plans for the future to break into the top 20 teams nationwide and to eliminate those few losses from their season record. Go Wildcats!