The Legacy That Can’t Be Squashed

Many of Trinity’s student-athletes and alumni, including Lee and Cregan, are doing their part to extend squash to a broader audience. Both players volunteer as mentors in urban squash programs, a network of about 20 independent nonprofit entities that teach students the game of squash while providing academic mentoring and...

Happy Holidays from Capitol Squash

“What I’ve liked most is that you have not stopped helping even if we were far away.”- Nicole, 5th grade Dear Capitol Squash Supporters, Nicole has poignantly captured our program’s ongoing goal of creating and maintaining relationships through even the most challenging of circumstances. When the pandemic struck, we realized that...

A Message from Capitol Squash

We are outraged and saddened by the hateful and dangerous actions taken against Black Americans, including the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor. Violence and racism have been part of American culture for far too long. We stand in support of our students, staff, and community partners against...

Supporting our Students

Capitol Squash’s focus has always been our students and their families. Now more than ever, our students need our support. Our families are facing immense challenges. The achievement gap is widening every day as our students shift to virtual learning. Our families have suffered major losses, including not only jobs,...

Capitol Squash featured on NPR

Hartford teens Ku Paw, left, and Julissa Mota celebrate after getting accepted to Connecticut boarding schools. Opportunities came after they began playing squash a few years ago through the Capitol Squash program hosted at Trinity College in Hartford. Click here to read full story