Canada's Highest Honour in Collegiate Squash Takes Centre Court


In the epicentre of Montreal, in the heart of the 'belle province' Canada's best university and college squash players will compete for the highest honour in Canadian collegiate squash - the national title at the Canadian University and College Championships. Hosted by le Club Sportif MAA, the 2018 Canadian University and College Championships features student-athletes from twenty universities and colleges from across the country - from University of Victoria to Université de Montreal. 

Over the course of 2 days 60 competitors will play for the national title in 5 divisions. In the Men's Open, 2016 Canadian Champion, world ranked #99, and University of Calgary student, Andrew Schnell looks to dominate the draw on his way to another national title. Schnell last won the collegiate title in 2015.

Last year's women's champion, Erin Roberts (University of Calgary) has returned to defend her title. Looking to stop Roberts in a competitive women's draw including, local talent, Runa Reta of McGill University. A young talented Brock University Badger, Heather Mclachlan and Egyptian-born, world ranked #190 playing for University of Alberta, Nour Elhendawi are also top contenders for taking the national title from a Roberts repeat. 

Matches are free for spectators, fans and supporters all weekend long, while all matches on Court 2 will be live-streamed on at

The Championships draws, schedule and results can be found at or stay connected & get social by following #CUCC2018 on Twitter or Facebook.