Karan Malik is one of the top ranked Indian national players, and was a former U-17 junior national champion before moving to the United States.
He graduated with a degree in Economics from Trinity College in 2016, where he was recruited to play for the Trinity Men’s Squash team. During his time at Trinity, Karan's team won 2 National Championships. Karan played as high as #1 on the ladder and, in his senior year, captained the team to their 15th National Title. He was also named to the All-American Team and All-Nescac Team twice. In addition to coaching at Potomac, Karan works at Squash On Fire working with juniors and adults to improve their game.
A native of Washington, DC, Carole Grunberg learned to play squash at Vassar College, where she played two years on the varsity team. She has won seven individual U.S. National Masters Championships, and two US National Team titles in the Howe Cup. At Potomac, Carole served as girls JV coach from 2008 to 2016, and she now coaches the girls varsity. Her varsity team placed second in division III in the 2016 U.S. High School National Team Championships, and a number of Potomac graduates have gone on to play varsity squash at Princeton, Cornell, and other top-ranked universities.
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