The Murr Center will host the 2014 CSA Men's National Championships (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The College Squash Association has selected Cambridge, Mass., to serve as the host site for the 2014 CSA Men's National Championships Feb 14-16, 2014.
Harvard's Murr Center, which also played host to the 2012 CSA Women's National Championships, will serve as the primary site for the tournament with additional locations used to accommodate the number of teams expected to participate in the event.
The three-day event will culminate with the 2014 Potter Cup champion being crowned. Harvard has won the prestigious trophy 30 times, the most of any institution. Trinity won the most recent title, edging the Crimson, 6-3, in the championships held at Yale's Brady Squash Courts this past season.
The Murr Center is home to 14 internationally-sized squash courts, giving Harvard one of the finest college squash facilities in the country. Its five feature courts have bleacher seating for almost 1,000 spectators, and a McWill four-wall glass court was installed in 2006, which allows for viewing on all four sides. The Murr Center also boasts the largest scoreboard in all of college squash, which is utilized during matches to enhance the fan experience with updated scores and information.