Men's Squash Takes 14th at CSA National Tournament
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The Bowdoin College men's squash team improved on their national ranking and finished 14th at the College Squash Association National Tournament at Yale last weekend. The Polar Bears, ranked 15th entering the tournament, went 1-2 in the Hoehn "B" Division and finish their season with an overall record of 13-11
After falling to Williams in the opening round, 9-0, the Polar Bears recovered to bounce Brown, 6-3, avenging an early-season loss to the Bears. In their final match of the tournament against Navy, Bowdoin suffered a 6-3 setback to round out play.
David Funk led the way for Bowdoin with a pair of wins at the #2 position against Brown and Navy. Thai Ha-Ngoc also earned two wins against Brown and Trinity in the number nine slot for the Polar Bears. Other winners for Bowdoin included Andrew Hilboldt, who was victorious at #8 against Navy, and Palmer Higgins (#1), Andrew Bernard (#3), Arun Makhija (#5) and William Fantini (#7) against Brown.
Photo courtesy of Dale Walker and the College Squash Association