Boys' Varsity Squash

Prospective Athletes


If you are interested in playing for Canterbury, please let us know!

Overview

 

The Canterbury Squash program has a focus on skill and character development, with a key goal of helping to instill confidence in young men that will empower them to be the best versions of themselves, both on and off the court. Members from the program have gone on to play at St. Lawrence University, Franklin and Marshall College, Wesleyan University, Dickinson College, and Hobart & William Smith, as well as other competitive universities.  

Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Result Score
vs.
Greens Farms Academy
Greens Farms Academy Loss 0-7
vs.
Millbrook School
CANTERBURY Loss 0-7
vs.
Salisbury School
CANTERBURY
vs.
Kent School
CANTERBURY
vs.
St. Luke's School
St. Luke's School
vs.
Millbrook School
Millbrook School
vs.
Trinity Pawling School
CANTERBURY
vs.
Berkshire School
Berkshire School
vs.
Avon Old Farms School
Berkshire School
vs.
Williston Northampton School
Berkshire School
vs.
Suffield Academy
Suffield Academy
vs.
Kingswood Oxford School
CANTERBURY
vs.
Berkshire School
Berkshire School
vs.
Trinity Pawling School
Trinity Pawling School
vs.
Berkshire School
CANTERBURY
vs.
High School Nationals
All Day
TBA
vs.
High School Nationals
All Day
TBA
vs.
High School Nationals
All Day
TBA
vs.
New Englands
All Day
TBA
vs.
New Englands
All Day
TBA

Roster

Players

# Name Position Class
Michael Buckingham 2020
Elliot Cantor 2023
Ian Fernandes 2022
Nicolas Graham 2021
Torin Kearney 2021
John Maxwell 2020
William McMullan 2020
Rodrigo Rueda 2021
David Salazar 2022
Justin Schneider 2020
Nicholas Vial 2020

Coaches

Head Coach Raheem Logan

An alumnus of Canterbury, Raheem Logan ’12 returned to the School in 2019 to lead the squash program. While a student here, he was a 3X place winner, and was a Class B New England Champion in 2012. After graduating from Canterbury, Raheem went on to Wesleyan University where he played for the Cardinals. Raheem was a two-time All-NESCAC selection during his junior and senior seasons at Wesleyan and captained the team his senior year. While he was on the Cardinals team, the program's ranking rose as high as 16th in the country. 

Prior to joining Canterbury as a faculty member and coach, Raheem spent three years leading and urban squash program at CitySquash in Brooklyn, NY. As the Director of Squash, Raheem trained and developed 50 beginner players, with four rising to rankings among the top 150 in the country in the BU15 Division. Raheem is currently a Level I-Certified Coach.

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