NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Lewis Walters, Yale assistant squash coach, has stepped down after a very successful five years of working with the Yale men's and women's teams. Head coach Dave Talbott announced the news Tuesday.
Since arriving in fall of 2012, Walters has used his playing experience to improve individual players and the team overall. He was instrumental in the men's team's 2016 Ivy League and National Championships.
Walters is stepping down at Yale to become the head coach at the University of Nottingham, U.K., beginning in the fall of 2018. In the meantime, he will serve as the head professional at the Nottingham Squash Club and serve as assistant for a year at the University before assuming the head coaching position.