No. 10 Men’s Squash Heads to CSA Nationals

Feb. 20, 2018

SERVING FIRST: The No. 10 George Washington men’s squash team aims for its first-ever Hoehn Cup (B-Division) title when it kicks off play at the College Squash Association (CSA) National Championships against No. 15 Cornell on Friday at 10 am at the Kellner Center squash courts on the campus of Trinity.

LAST TIME OUT: The Colonials closed their regular season on a four-match win streak, finishing their spring slate with a pair of victories over No. 12 Drexel, 6-3, and No. 21 Middlebury, 9-0.

LAST TIME AT NATIONALS: GW went 2-1 in the Hoehn Cup at last year’s CSA National Championships at Harvard. The Colonials opened play with an upset victory over Western Ontario, 6-3, and went on to play Dartmouth in the semifinals. Although the Buff and Blue fell to the Big Green, 7-2, GW defeated Cornell, 6-3, in the 11/12 playoff to end the season ranked 11th in the nation.

BRACKET BREAKDOWN: The Hoehn Cup is comprised of teams ranked 9-16 in the latest CSA National Rankings. Also in the bracket along with GW and Cornell are No. 9 Yale, No. 11 Western Ontario, No. 12 Drexel, No. 13 Brown, No. 14 UVA, and No. 16 Navy. GW is 3-1 against the field this season with wins over Drexel, UVA, and Navy.




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