Yale Wins 2010 Barnaby Award

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The Yale men's squash team. (photo by Sam Rubin '95, Yale Sports Publicity)

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The Yale men's squash team has been awarded the 2010 Barnaby Award as the team that has shown the most improvement over last season.

The Barnaby Award is named after legendary Harvard squash coach Jack Barnaby, who led the Crimson through a decade of struggles to become one of the most prolific coaches in the collegiate history of the sport. 

By naming the Bulldogs as the 2010 recipient of the Barnaby Award, the College Squash Association has confirmed the great strides made by the Yale men's squash program.  After a disappointing fifth place finish in 2009, the Bulldogs finished second in the nation this season in addition to winning the Ivy League championship with a perfect conference season.