Two members of the Middlebury men's squash team earned All-NESCAC honors when the league released its post-season team. Sophomore Valentin Quan (La Libertad, El Salvador) earned first-team honors, while first-year player Jay Dolan (Wareham, Mass.) earned a spot on the second-team.
The Middlebury College men's squash team captured the Summers Cup (C flight) at the recent Team Championships hosted by Yale. Middlebury defeated Denison 8-1, George Washington 6-3 and Amherst 5-4 to win the title.
The Middlebury men's squash team will take part in the 2010 Men’s National Team Championships, which are being played this weekend, February 19th – 21st. Matches will be played at Yale University, Wesleyan University, and Choate Rosemary Hall. The Panthers are ranked 17th overall and will be the top seed in the "C" Division (Summers Cup).
The Middlebury men’s squash team earned its best-ever finish at the 2010 NESCAC Championships hosted by Trinity. After earning a first-round bye, the Panthers fell by a score of 8-1 to Bowdoin in a quarterfinal match-up.
The #17 Middlebury men's squash team began its second semesters with a hard-fought 5-4 win at home over 16th ranked Amherst. The Panthers improve to 6-1 on the year and return to action at the Yale Round Robin this weekend. The first wave of matches left Middlebury ahead 3-1, as wins at #1 by Valentin Quan and #5 by Eliot Jia sealed the victory in the second group of contests.
The Panther men's squash team now stands at 15-6 after returning from a long weekend. The 15 wins tie last year's mark for most victories in just the third year as a varsity program. Middlebury played six matches over three days, competing in four different states on the trip. Vassar fell 9-0 on the trip-opener, before Middlebury lost by the same score to #4 Princeton.
The Panther men's squash team returned to action with another busy week. The 17th-ranked Panthers opened with a 6-3 loss to #16 St. Lawrence at home on Friday night. Middlebury won games in five of the six matches they lost, in a tightly-contested match.
The Middlebury College men's squash was in action at the Yale Round Robin Tournament over the weekend. The 17th-ranked Panthers opened with a 6-3 win over #22 George Washington, before falling 8-1 to #11 Franklin & Marshall. On Saturday, Middlebury fell 6-3 to #18 Bowdoin, before ending the weekend with an 8-1 victory over #20 Colby.
Trinity College will look to win its fourth consecutive conference title this weekend during the 2010 NESCAC Men's Squash Championship. The three-day event starts Friday evening with three first round matches at Trinity's George A. Kellner Squash Center. The tournament continues throughout the weekend with championship bracket matches taking place at Trinity and select consolation matches at Wesleyan's Rosenbaum Squash Center on Saturday. The 2010 NESCAC Men's Squash Championship wraps up on Sunday, Feb. 7 at 1:30 p.m.
The Middlebury College men's squash team improved to 5-1 overall after winning four matches last week. The Panthers were on the road at M.I.T., topping the Engineers 9-0 before earning a 9-0 victory over Northeastern. Middlebury returned home for a pair of Sunday matches, topping both Bard and the University of Vermont, 9-0.
The Panther men's squash team opened up the '09-'10 season with a pair of matches played at Williams. Middlebury lost to Williams by a score of 9-0, earning a 6-3 victory over Tufts later in the day. The men's team has come a long way in their series with Tufts, falling to the Jumbos by a score of 8-1 in '07-'08. The 6-3 win over the Jumbos was the first in the series for the Panthers. The men's squad is ranked 17th of 66 team in the latest U.S. Squash poll.