No. 2 Yale Emerges Victorious Over No. 16 Brown

TJ Dembinski. (photo by Sam Rubin '95, Yale Sports Publicity)
TJ Dembinski. (photo by Sam Rubin '95, Yale Sports Publicity)

NEW HAVEN, Conn.—Yale men's squash played to their second victory in a row on Tuesday evening as they took on Brown at home in the Brady Squash Center.

The Bulldogs played well across the board and finished the day's competition with a 9-0 score, keeping consistent with their win at the Ivy Scrimmages, where they also managed a full sweep against the Brown Bears.

Captain TJ Dembinski was excited about the win, but is keeping perspective in mind looking forward to the long season ahead.

"A 9-0 like this is a great way to keep the momentum going into winter break," said Dembinski. "In order to be at peak performance for the very important matches in January, it is crucial that we get a lot of confidence from these early matches."

Yale will not play again after New Years, with their next match scheduled for Jan. 10 when they will host the Rochester Yellowjackets at home in New Haven.

Report by Kate Flanders '18, Yale Sports Publicity