Related Links

HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth men’s squash team has added four freshmen to the roster for the 2017-18 season. 

Head coach Hansi Wiens said the young athletes will add to the talent and background of the team.

“We are welcoming four members of the class of 2021 to the men’s squash team, and are excited to see the impact they’ll have,” Wiens said. “Toby Harding, Reg Anderson, James Bell and Sam Supattapone are hard-working, dedicated and already very experienced players that will be a great addition to the Big Green varsity squad.

“With the addition of Toby, Reg, James and Sam, we’ll now have a great mix of returning players, international perspectives and different characters on the team that is incredibly closed knit, and bound together by their love of Dartmouth and the sport of squash,” he added.


Toby Harding
Hometown: Bristol, England
Accolades: Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award 2015-17, BEL Expedition Leaders Award Level 1 2017-17, Junior Sports Leaders Award 2013-14, Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award 2014-15 

James Bell
Hometown: Boston, Massachusetts
Accolades: U.S. No. 17 team ranking for U19 in 2017, ISL All-League Honorable Mention 2016-17, Second Place at Team Nationals 2014-15, placed Third at Team Nationals 2015-16

Sam Supattapone
Hometown: Hanover, New Hampshire
Accolades: Four-time U.S. Squash Scholar-Athlete Award, 2015-16 U.S. National No. 38 U17 ranking

Reginald Anderson
Hometown: Brookline, Massachusetts
Accolades: Two-year varsity squash captain, varsity lacrosse captain 2016-17, three-time first place Groton Gold winner 2014-17, 2014 Junior Nationals fourth place, 2017 U.S. Squash Sportsmanship Award, 2016 Cutler Cup Award.