Women's Squash Claims 13th Consecutive NESCAC Title With Victory Over Williams

Women's Squash Claims 13th Consecutive NESCAC Title With Victory Over Williams

Hartford, Conn. - The Trinity College women's squash team captured its 13th consecutive New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championship with an 8-1 victory over the Williams College Ephs on Sunday at the Kellner Squash Center on campus. The top-seeded Bantams, now 15-2 on the year, are the only team to win the women's title since the inaugural championship was held in 2007. Trinity won the top eight positions on the ladder against Williams and all eight matches were decided in three games. Bantam sophomore Vanessa Raj (Penang, Malaysia) dominated in the No. 3 match, allowing just four total points to her opposition. The No. 2 seed Ephs collected the runner-up trophy for the 10th time.  After today's victory, Trinity looks ahead to the College Squash Association (CSA) National Team Championships which begin on February 22nd and will also be hosted by the Bantams.