CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men’s squash team (9-8) will be competing for the Potter Cup at the 2024 CSA National Collegiate Team Championships Feb. 29 – Mar. 3 at the Arlen Specter U.S. Squash Center in Philadelphia, Pa.

No. 10 Virginia opens play with a rematch against No. 7 Cornell on Thursday, Feb. 29 at 11 a.m. The winner will advance to face No. 2 Princeton on Friday, March 1 at 11 a.m.


  • The men will play at 11 a.m. each day except Sunday which is a 10:30 a.m. start
  • 3-Court System
  • The top-12 teams in the final regular-season CSA Rankings are playing for the Potter Cup in the CSA National Collegiate Team Championships. Teams ranked 13-34  played in the CSA Divisional Team Championships Feb. 16
  • Top 4 ranked (seeded) teams will receive a first round bye to the quarterfinals. Teams that lose in the Round of 16 will feed into the 1st Consolation bracket, where they will playoff for places 9-12. Teams that lose in the quarterfinals will feed into the 2nd Consolation bracket where they will play off for places 5-8
  • There will not be 3-4 or 7-8 playoffs this year


  • All courts can be accessed through the SquashTV platform. While six courts will be streamed directly through SquashTV, the remaining 12 courts will be streamed through the CSA YouTube Channel. Viewers can easily navigate to these streams directly from the SquashTV platform and this seamless integration ensures that fans won’t miss a moment of the action
  • Live Streams for all courts will also be available through the CSA YouTube Channel
  • Live Scoring will be available through ClubLocker


  • The Cavaliers’ best-ever finish at the Potter Cup was fifth place in 2020
  • UVA has finished in eighth place each of the last two seasons
  • Virginia and Cornell played one another in the final match of the regular season (Feb. 18) with Cornell edging the Cavaliers 5-4 in a battle that came down to a fifth game on the final court
  • Virginia and Princeton played that same weekend with the Tigers winning 8-1
  • Senior Taha Dinana has returned to action, taking his place at the top of the ladder. Dinana has only appeared in eight of UVA’s 17 matches this season
  • Junior Maxwell Velazquez has won his last seven matches and comes into the tournament with a 10-3 record
  • Junior CJ Baldini is 8-2 in his last 10 matches with a 12-5 overall record
  • Sophomore JP Tew reached double-digit wins in the Cornell match. He is 5-3 at No. 1 and 5-3 at No. 2 for a 10-6 overall record