Squash Varsity Girls
2018 - 2019
Head Coach: Bradford Czepiel
The Hopkins squash program has hosted an average of 60 players a day since the 2010 opening of the Kneisel Squash Center. The squash program teaches new players the fundamentals of the game and regional- and National-level players the advanced and developing concepts' everyone experiences a love for sport and camaraderie.
The squash program has competitive teams in the winter at the junior school, JV, and varsity levels; varsity teams compete at New Englands and Nationals annually. Informal squash in the fall and spring, as well as open courts after school, support our players and mission. Summer camps for beginner, intermediate, and advanced players have spread the game since 2010.
Hopkins graduates play or have recently played at school such as Yale, Williams, Middlebury, Brown, MIT, and Haverford; team alums are always welcome back to the courts and the huddle.
Head Coach Brad Czepiel has been coaching squash since 1987. He is a credentialed coach through US Squash, and has previously served as a New England Prep School Representative to US Squash. He has been coaching squash at Hopkins since the program began in 2005. Since that time, he has earned his level I and level II US Squash certification, and served on the New England Squash’s executive committee. Brad Czepiel teaches in the Hopkins English department.