Upon graduating from Williams with a degree in economics/political science, Zafi Levy went to work in New York at Lehman Brothers as a mortgage trader before returning to Williams to coach in the summer of 2002.
Levy coaches both the Eph men's and women's squash teams. In the 2019-20 season, eight players earned All-NESCAC honors with the women's team placing 13th in the nation.
Levy played his first year at Trinity College before transferring to Williams for his sophomore year. He was an All-American all four years.
Under Levy the Ephs have won eight consecutive Little Three titles, lifting their current overall streak to 11. In his first season at the Eph helm in 2002-03, Levy directed the Ephs to a historic win over Princeton.
Since the 2002-3 season, the Ephs have qualified seven times for the Howe Cup, the "A" division at the national championships sponsoredby the Collegiate Squash Association (CSA).
Levy's 2007 Eph team recorded a national ranking of six with an exciting 5-4 win over Dartmouth at the CSA Championships, marking the Ephs highest finish at the CSA Championships.
In 2008, the Ephs won the Ramsy Cup, the "B" Division, by beating Cornell in the final. The Ephs finished second at the NESCAC Tournament for all four years the event was staged (2007-10).
Since Levy's first year as head coach, two men and two women have garnered All-American honors under him.
"I'm very excited to be able to coach the sport I love at such a special place like Williams," said Levy. "I love this place so much, I feel that I owe something to Williams. I just love working with these kids."
Levy was appointed the Coordinator of Intramurals at Williams in 2003 and served until 2008. In addition to his duties with both the men's and women's squash teams, Levy is the Men’s soccer JV coach and teaches physical education classes.