Courtesy of Hamilton Sports Information
CLINTON, N.Y. - Top-seeded Trinity aims for an
eighth men’s squash title in as many years when the NESCAC
Championship concludes at Hamilton College’s Little Squash
Center. The Bantams will face second-seeded Williams at 1:30 p.m.
in the tournament final; Trinity and Williams have played for the
NESCAC title every year.
Trinity cruised into the final with 9-0 wins over eighth-seeded Colby and fifth-seeded Middlebury in Saturday’s quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively. The Ephs opened competition with a 7-2 quarterfinal win over sixth-seeded Bowdoin then edged Bates, the second seed, 5-4 in the semifinal round.
Sunday’s matches kick off with Colby and Amherst playing for seventh place and Wesleyan and Bowdoin facing off in the fifth-place match. Bates meets Middlebury at noon with third place at stake in a rematch of last year’s third-place contest, which Bates won.