Courtesy of Trinity College Sports Information
HARTFORD, Conn. - Top seeded Trinity defeated second seeded Williams 8-1 to secure its seventh straight NESCAC Men's Squash Championship this afternoon at the George A. Kellner Squash Center.
With the win, the Bantams moved to 14-0 on the year. They have come out on top in each of their last 156 home matches.
Sophomore Moustafa Hamada allowed just seven points at the number seven slot to set the tone for the hosts. Their lone loss came at the number two spot, where senior Nicholas Marks overcame a 2-1 deficit to defeat sophomore Miled Zarazua in five games.
Trinity's run through the tournament also included 9-0 wins over eighth seeded Hamilton and fourth seeded Middlebury yesterday.
Earlier in the day, third seeded Bates topped Middlebury 7-2 in the third place match.
Following Trinity and Williams in the final standings were Bates, Middlebury, Amherst, Bowdoin, Wesleyan, Hamilton, Connecticut College, Colby and Tufts.