Lewis Walters joined the Yale squash coaching staff in the fall of 2012. As an assistant he contributed to the 2016 men's team that won Ivy and national titles. Walters grew up playing squash at Nottingham Squash Rackets Club, which he still trains out of as a squash professional on the PSA tour. Since turning pro in 2007, Walters has ranked as highly as No. 98 in the world. His goal is to break into the top 60 in the next few years.
Yale head coach David Talbott welcomes Walters' cutting-edge knowledge that he brings from the tour as he trains with the top professionals and coaches in the world, including the current World Champion Nick Matthews. Walters understands the value of the college experience, having helped coach at Middlebury College in 2010 and 2011. He has worked closely with top English Juniors, such as Ollie Holland and Declan James.