Hartford, Conn. - The Trinity College men's squash team fell to the top-ranked Harvard Crimson, 8-1, on Wednesday afternoon at the Murr Squash Center in Cambridge. The Bantams, ranked No. 2 (tied) in the country, fall to 14-2 on the year and lose for the first time in nine matches. Harvard improves to 11-0 overall. Trinity wraps up regular season play ahead of the Potter Trophy National Championships which begin on February 15th at Yale.
Men's Squash Falls at Top-Ranked Harvard in Regular Season Finale
Posted: Feb 06, 2019
Senior Nku Patrick (San Fernando, Trinidad) earned the lone Bantam point with a hard fought, 3-2 triumph at the No. 9 spot. Patrick won the first two games to take a 2-0 lead before yielding games three and four to his counterpart. Patrick held steady though, coming away with a 13-11 win in the deciding fifth set to earn the point.