Saints Women's Squash
The St. Lawrence University women's squash team first competed as a varsity program in the 1999-2000 season. Since then, the Saints have had a series of highly competitive seasons including top 20 rankings.
The Saints compete in the Robie Squash Center which includes nine ASB Systems squash courts as well as an Anderson glass championship court with seating for 100 spectators. The additional court provides student-athletes with a premiere practice and competition site and gives the University the opportunity to host a national individual championship for squash. St. Lawrence was the site of the 2004 College Squash Association men's and women's national individual squash championships.
St. Lawrence is a member of the College Squash Association and the National Intercollegiate Squash Racquets Association. The schedule blends dual matches and collegiate tournaments with individual play in nearby Canadian open tournaments. Among the teams met in tournament or dual play in recent seasons have been Dartmouth, Cornell, Williams, Colby and Middlebury, as well as Liberty League rivals William Smith and Vassar.