US Squash Establishes Fund To Name Trinity's Assaiante As Head National Coach

Assaiante has coached both the United States Squash Team and the USA Men's Team

​Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College Head Men's Squash and Men's Tennis Coach Paul Assaiante (21sth Season) was recently mentioned in articles on USSquash.com and Bloomberg.com and in Squash Magazine, as a $2 million dollar gift has enabled the organization to establish him as its Ganek Family US Head National Coach.  Assaiante was also part of a World Squash News story about the formidable group he brought to the World Squash Federation (WSF) Women's Team Championship in Ontario, Canada in December.  Assaiante was also named as Squash Magazine's Most Intriguing, Interesting, and Influential People in Squash in the publication's October issue, and was also previously interviewed in October on Michael Schulder "Wavemaker" blog.

14-time National Champion Trinity finished the 2013-14 season with an 18-2 record, captured its eighth consecutive New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championship title, and reached its 19th consecutive CSA National Championship  (Potter Trophy) Finals.  This year, the Bantams are 4-0 and ranked No. 2 nationally after a 9-0 road win at Dartmouth to close the fall semester on December 7.  From 1999-2003 and again from 2010 to present, Assaiante has coached both the United States Squash Team and the USA Men's Team.

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