HARTFORD — Trinity women's squash coach Wendy Bartlett grew up in the pre-Title IX era but wanted to play sports desperately.
The only sport available to her was tennis. And that morphed into Bartlett's wanting to coach young women and give them opportunities she had not had growing up.
Thirty-two years later, Bartlett has done that while building the Trinity program into a perennial power with three national championships (the last in 2014). This season, the Bantams are ranked fifth in the country.
But since Bartlett started recruiting internationally in 1998, she has faced different issues. Now her main focus is to get her top-notch international players to...