NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Bowdoin College men's squash team finished 23rd in the country, competing in the Summers Cup Division of the College Squash National Championship last weekend at Yale.
The Polar Bears dropped matches to Middlebury (9-0) and Amherst (7-2) before rebounding to defeat Tufts 6-3 to take seventh place in the division and end the year with a record of 7-10.
- John Milligan and Drew Clark both took 3-1 wins at positions seven and eight for the Polar Bears in the loss to Amherst.
- Bowdoin took wins at the top three spots against Tufts, getting 3-0 victories from Ian Squiers and Drew Clark.
- The key to the match was a quartet of close wins by Bowdoin, including a 3-1 win from Gannon Leech and 3-2 victories from Satya Butler, Adham Sobhy and Tyler Shonrock.
- The Bowdoin women's squash team will compete at their National Championship tournament beginning on Friday at Trinity and Wesleyan in Connecticut.