Three members of the Middlebury College men’s squash team have earned All-NESCAC honors. Senior Valentin Quan (La Libertad, El Salvador) and junior Jay Dolan (Wareham, Mass.) were both named to the first team, while sophomore Parker Hurst (Greenwich, Conn.) earned second team honors. The group helped lead the team to a 16-9 record with an overall national ranking of 14th.
Senior Valentin Quan (La Libertad, El Salvador) and junior Jay Dolan (Wareham, Mass.) represented the Middlebury College men’s squash team at the individual national. The duo competed in the 64-person bracket, with matches taking place at Amherst.
The Middlebury men’s squashed team finished up the season ranked 14th nationally after a solid weekend. The Panthers were third seed in the Hoehn Cup (B Division) at Nationals hosted by Princeton. The Panthers opened with a 5-4 loss to St. Lawrence, sending them to the consolation bracket.
The Middlebury men's squash team has earned the third seed in the Hoehn Cup (B Division) for the upcoming Team Nationals hosted by Princeton. The Panthers will take on fourth-seeded St. Lawrence in a quarterfinal match on Friday, February 17th at 11:00 a.m.
The Middlebury men’s squash team went 2-2 over a three-day span at the end of February break. The 11th-ranked Panthers fell 8-1 at #7 Dartmouth on Friday night, before playing a pair of matches at MIT. Middlebury defeated the host school 9-0, before picking up a 6-3 win over 17th-ranked Bates. The Panthers returned home on Sunday, falling 6-3 to St. Lawrence.
The Middlebury men’s squash team moved to 13-5 on the season with a 9-0 road win at #23 Hamilton. The 11th-ranked Panthers lost just one game in the match and have now won six of their last seven contests.
The Panther men’s squash team earned a third place overall finish at the 2012 NESCAC Championships hosted by Trinity. The Panthers were seeded third in the tourney, opening with an 8-1 victory over Amherst. Middlebury was then defeated 7-2 by second-seeded Williams, topping Bates 6-3 to earn the third place finish.
Middlebury will look for a NESCAC title this weekend when they travel to Trinity for the 2012 NESCAC Men's Squash Championship. The three-day tournament kicks off Friday evening with first round action at Trinity's George A. Kellner Squash Center and continues through the weekend with championship bracket matches taking place at Trinity and select consolation matches at Wesleyan's Rosenbaum Squash Center.
The Middlebury men’s squash team picked up three convincing wins over the weekend, all of them on the road. The 13th-ranked Panthers opened with a 9-0 win over Fordham, before handing #15 Columbia a 8-1 loss. The following day, Middlebury earned an 8-1 win over NESCAC foe Connecticut College, a team ranked 21st.
The Middlebury men’s squash teams entertained a pair of teams on Saturday, defeating both UVM and #31 Northeastern, 9-0. Action resumed on Sunday as the 13th ranked Panthers travelled down Route 7 to battle #10 Williams. The Ephs took the match 8-1 with Addi DiSesa picking up an 11-9, 11-1, 11-9 win at #7.
The Panther men’s squash team earned its fifth straight victory, topping #22 Amherst 7-2 on Tuesday afternoon. Fourteenth-ranked Middlebury fell at #5 and #8, winning in three sets in five of the other seven matches.
The Panther men’s squash team earned three wins over the weekend at the Yale Round Robin Tournament. The 14th-ranked Panthers opened with 9-0 victories over #23 Colby and #20 Bowdoin, before topping #17 George Washington, 7-2.
The Middlebury men’s squash team earned its first win of the season, topping #15 Navy 5-4 at Williams. The middle of the line-up won the day for the #14 Panthers, who picked up wins at ladder spot numbers 4-7 without dropping a game.
The Middlebury men’s squash team took on #5 Harvard at Dartmouth on Wednesday. The 14th-ranked Panthers won games in four of the top five matches, but were unable to take a match from the Crimson.
The Middlebury men’s squash team opened its season with a pair of matches against top teams. The 14th-ranked Panthers opened with a 9-0 loss to #6 Cornell at Williams, before falling by the same score at #3 Princeton.