No. 3 Men’s Squash Prepares for CSA Team Championships
Bulldogs Face Rochester in First Round
NEW HAVEN, Conn. —Friday the No. 3-ranked Yale men's squash team will be back on college squash's highest stage as they compete at the CSA Team Championships in Cambridge, Mass. The Bulldogs have put together an incredible season thus far, going 14-2 and taking second place in the Ivy League.
Yale begins the eight-team competition with a 2:30 p.m. match against No. 6 Rochester. The Bulldogs last faced the Yellowjackets on Jan. 18 in New York, where they earned a 6-3 win. Rochester swept the top three positions, but Yale claimed the bottom six, as freshmen Thomas Dembinski, Kah Wah Cheong and Liam McClintock each won 3-2 at Nos. 4, 5 and 6, respectively.
This year's Potter Cup, the A Division of the CSA Team Championships, features (from highest-to-lowest seed) Harvard, Trinity, Yale, St. Lawrence, Franklin and Marshall, Rochester, Cornell and Penn. After upsetting Trinity on Feb. 4 in Hartford, the Crimson hosts sailed to the forefront of the college squash scene, finishing their season with a spotless 15-0 record.
Should the Bulldogs defeat Rochester Friday, they will face the winner of Cornell and Trinity on Saturday at noon. Sunday's final is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. For up-to-date coverage, please click here.
Report by Joe Giammittorio '15, Yale Sports Publicity