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Trinity Men's Squash Players, Coach And Team Featured In Media

Trinity Men's Squash Players, Coach And Team Featured In Media

Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College men's squash sophomore James Evans (Maidstone, England) was featured on the KentOnline website for his tremendous play this year and in his college career, and on for his contributions to the Trinity Athletic Department as a member of the College's Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC).  The Bantam squad was earlier cited as one of the top-ten non-UConn college sports stories in Connecticut in an article in The Hartford Courant, while Trinity Head Coach Paul Assaiante was recently a guest on the College's Trinitea talk show hosted by Hank Butler '17, was also interviewed in February on Bob Parzych's "Kitchen Sink" show on the campus' WRTC-FM radio station, and was featured in a column by Jeff Jacobs in The Hartford Courant.  Bantam first-year Nku Patrick (San Fernando, Trinidad) was  featured in the Trinidad Daily Express, while Assaiante was also the subject of a feature on NBC Connecticut and was interviewed on The Morning Magazine radio show on WCHE in the Philadelphia area during the fall.  Trinity men's squash, which has won 15 College Squash Association (CSA) National Championship titles in the last 17 years including the 2015 crown, finished the 2015-16 season with a 21-2 record and finished third in the CSA National Championships.  

read the James Evans story on KentOnline

watch the Trinitea episode with Coach Assaiante

read the James Evans Q&A on

read the Hartford Courant story

read the Hartford Courant column on Coach Assaiante

listen to the WRTC interview with Coach Assaiante

read the article on Nku Patrick

watch the NBC Connecticut Feature

listen to the WCHE show