Vikram Malhotra enters his fifth season as an assistant coach with Trinity College men's squash, but will be a part-time coach beginning in 2018-19. Malhotra coached Bantam men from 2012 to 2015 and the women from 2015 to 2017, before serving as an assistant for both programs last winter. A four-time All-American for the Bantams, Malhotra earned his bachelor's degree from Trinity in religion, and captained the men's squash team as a senior in 2011-12. His Trinity teams won four consecutive College Squash Association (CSA) National Championship titles, including the 2010-11 crown with Malhotra as the No. 1 player. Malhotra helped the Trinity men win CSA titles (Potter Trophy) in 2013, 2015, and 2018 and the Trinity women to the CSA National Championship (Howe Cup) title in 2014.
Malhotra ia a five-time Junior National Champion in India and Asia's former No. 1-ranked junior player. He has consistently competed globally at international tournaments over his career, and trained with some of the world's greatest coaches. Malhotra, a native of Mumbai, India, is currently playing on the professional circuit, and he also plays for the Riverside Cricket team in the Connecticut Cricket League. He also has coaching experience with the elite squad at the Chelsea Piers Squash Academy in Stamford, Conn.