Mulhouse, France - The United States Men's Squash Team, coached by Trinity Head Men's Squash and Head Men's Tennis Coach Paul Assaiante, placed 12th in a field of 32 competing countries in the World Squash Championships last month. The Americans lost to Canada in the 11th-place match, 2-0, after defeating Ireland and the Czech Republic in pool play and falling to Malaysia, 2-0, in the round of 16. Assaiante had guided the U.S. Team to seventh and a best-ever sixth-place in the World Championships the previous two seasons. Former Bantam All-American and current Trinity assistant men's squash coach Andres Vargas competed in the event, helping his native Colombia earn defeat Japan in the 21st-place match with an 11-7, 11-4, 11-3 victory in his match.
Men's Squash Coaches Represent Trinity At World Championships
Posted: Jul 09, 2013