The Tabor girls’ squash program creates athletes who are passionate about their sport, thus creating life-long squash players. We welcome players of all levels to the program, bringing already skilled players to a higher level while introducing novices to an exciting and challenging sport. The JV squad focuses on fundamental skills and encourages an environment of fun and competition.
Varsity student-athletes in the program work hard daily to be the best conditioned players on the court. They spend many hours over the course of the season fine tuning their skills and mastering the nuances of this great sport. Competing against the strongest programs in New England challenges our players to be their best at all times. The squad finishes the season with a trip to the New England Interscholastic tournament each February. Many players from Tabor have gone on to play at the collegiate level.
If you are interested in more information about girls’ squash program, please contact Coach Will O'Leary.
Will O’Leary joined the faculty in 2000. He holds a B.S. in Natural Resource Management (1993) from Rutgers University and an M.Ed. from Boston University (1996). Will teaches A.P. Environmental Science and chemistry. During the summers he serves as a reader for the College Board and is part of the summer faculty at Hotchkiss’ Portals program. Will O’Leary is a dorm parent in Spring Street, where he lives with his family. In the afternoons, Will has coached squash, and hockey in both the boys and girls programs, as well as boys JV lacrosse. He presently serves as the girls' varsity squash coach.