Thank you to everyone who made this event possible: participants, donors and sponsors!


Join us on Saturday, April 13, 2019 to SQUASH Cancer!

This year the event will be held in loving memory of Keith Van Winkle

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$19,717.79
Raised
$25,000.00
Goal

Open to all skill levels, the SQUASH Cancer Tournament is a fun, social tournament benefiting Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center patients and their families, and supporting research to prevent and treat cancer in the future. Register today to join the fun on Saturday, April 13th, 2019 at The Berry Sports Center! There are three ways to register: join a team, start a team of friends and family members of varying skill levels, or register as an individual and we will find a team for you to play with.

Special Exhibition Game

Watch Dartmouth's Carson Spahr take on reigning, back-to-back U.S. Squash National Champion Chris Hanson in a special exhibition game on the center court at 4:30pm! This event is FREE for spectators so please ask your family and friends to join us. This is a special event you won't want to miss! Learn more about the exhibition players here.


Top Teams

  1 -  Team CHA ($2,200.00)
  2 -  Van Winkle's Vikings ($2,175.00)
  3 -  Team Tipple ($780.00)
  4 -  Team ? ($600.00)
  5 -  Morse ($600.00)
  6 -  boast malone ($600.00)
  7 -  Team Fisher Cats ($450.00)
  8 -  The Boasters / NAN ($375.00)
  9 -  Team Lyme ($347.69)
  10 -  Boast with the Most ($300.60)

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About Keith Van Winkle

Keith Van Winkle was a member of the Squash Cancer Committee and helped plan the inaugural event. This year we hold the tournament in his honor. The New Jersey-born Van Winkle had a knack for every athletic endeavor he tackled, and in several cases went on to coach, from his teen years through his death, at age 76, from multiple myeloma on September 19, 2018.



Watch some brief highlights from the 2018 tournament below.



Questions about the Squash Cancer Tournament?
Send an email to squashcancertournament@gmail.com or call us at 603-486-1711.