• Ryan Dowd Elected Men’s Squash Captain
    April 21, 2011
    The Yale men’s squash team has elected junior Ryan Dowd as captain for the 2011-2012 season. Dowd, who played mostly at the No. 6 and No. 7 positions this season, finished the season with a 13-4 record. Dowd’s career highlight at Yale has been reaching the quarterfinals of the CSA Individual Championship Division B Draw this season.
  • CSA Squash Individual Championship Day Two
    March 05, 2011
    No. 10 seed sophomore Kenneth Chan lost in the quarterfinals of the CSA Squash Individual Championship Division A draw on Saturday to No. 3 Nicholas Sachvie from Cornell (11-7,11-3,12-10). Chan has played well for the Bulldogs all season, with a 17-6 record for the 2010-11 season. Chan was also instrumental in the Yale Men's No. 2 finish at the CSA Team Championship, and won every match he played in that tournament.
  • Kenneth Chan to Compete in Quarterfinals of CSA Individual Championship
    March 04, 2011
    Competing in the A Division for the Pool Trophy of the CSA Squash Individual Championships, No. 10 seed sophomore Kenneth Chan will play in the quarterfinals on Saturday, after defeating both Harvard's No. 22 Reed Endreson (9-11, 11-8, 11-8, 6-11, 11-9) in the round of 32 and pulling off a huge upset against No. 6 Trinity's Parth Sharma. Sharma, who plays No. 2 for Trinity, the top ranked team in the country, had lost only two matches this season before facing Chan. Chan will play No. 3 Nicholas Sachvie from Cornell at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.
  • Seven Bulldogs to Compete in CSA Individual Championships
    March 03, 2011
    The No. 2 Yale Men’s Squash Team has much to boast about this season. However, the season is not over yet, and the Bulldogs will have one last chance to show off their talent at the CSA Individual Championships in Hanover this weekend. Seven Bulldogs have qualified for the tournament, with five in the Pool Division, and two in the Molloy Division.
  • Yale Squash Places Second at Nationals, Falls to No. 1 Trinity
    February 27, 2011
    In a clear improvement over Yale's 7-2 loss to Trinity earlier in the season, the No. 2 Bulldogs came away with a close 5-4 loss against the top ranked college squash team in the nation in the finals of the CSA National Tournament. The Bulldogs defeated Dartmouth and Princeton to reach the finals, showing strong performances by the team.
  • Bulldogs Advance to Finals of CSA National Tournament
    February 26, 2011
    After Friday's quarterfinal win against Dartmouth, the No. 2 Yale Bulldogs defeated No. 3 Princeton by a 7-2 score to advance to the finals of the CSA National Tournament. The Bulldogs will take on No. 1 Trinity on Sunday at 12p.m. for the championship.
  • Yale Advances to National Semifinals with Win Over Dartmouth
    February 25, 2011
    The Yale men's squash team advanced to the national semifinals with an 8-1 win over Dartmouth Friday afternoon at the CSA National Championship.
  • No. 2 Yale to Play CSA Nationals
    February 24, 2011
    Coming off an undefeated Ivy League season, the Yale men’s squash team will travel to Cambridge on Friday to compete in the CSA Squash Men’s National Tournament. There will be 63 teams competing in eight divisions; Yale is in the A Division, playing for the Potter Cup. Trinity College, who has won 12 consecutive National Championships, will be Yale’s toughest competition for the trophy. Yale has been seeded No. 2 for the tournament, behind No. 1 Trinity.
  • No. 2 Yale Defeats Harvard, Wins Ivy League Championship
    February 12, 2011
    The Yale men went into Saturday’s match against No. 6 Harvard knowing that they had clinched at least a share of the Ivy League Championship; after defeating the Crimson by a 7-2 score, the Bulldogs earn the title outright. This marks the Bulldog’s second consecutive Ivy title.
  • No. 2 Yale to Play No. 6 Harvard, Looks to Win Ivy Title Outright
    February 09, 2011
    The No. 2 Yale men’s squash team (12-1, 5-0 Ivy) has already clinched a share of the Ivy Title with its 9-0 win against No. 12 Brown and No. 3 Princeton’s win over Harvard last weekend. This weekend, the Bulldogs will take on No. 6 Harvard (7-3, 3-2 Ivy). Defeating Harvard would secure the Ivy Title outright for the second consecutive year for the Bulldogs. Yale is currently the only undefeated team in the Ancient Eight, and has a five-game winning streak.
  • No. 2 Bulldogs Breeze by Brown, Clinch Ivy Title
    February 05, 2011
    With a 9-0 victory over No. 12 Brown this Saturday, the No. 2 Yale Bulldogs (12-1, 5-0 Ivy) move closer to the Ivy title and undefeated Ivy season. Since Princeton defeated Harvard, the Bulldogs have already clinched a share of the Ivy Title. They will compete next weekend for the chance to win it outright.
  • Naishadh Lalwani Named Harrow Sports College Squash Player of the Week
    February 04, 2011
    Senior Captain Naishadh Lalwani was named the Harrow Sports College Squash Player of the Week, in honor of his win over Princeton’s Peter Sopher. No. 2 Yale was in the middle of a close match against No. 3 Princeton, and the score was tied at 4-4 when Lalwani and Sopher stepped onto the court at No. 4. Lalwani overcame a loss in the first game, and rebounded to secure Yale’s 5-4 victory over the Tigers. Along with the usual hordes of Yale fans there to support the team, Lalwani had special guests there as well: his parents flew in from Bombay, India to watch the match.
  • No. 2 Yale to Host No. 12 Brown
    January 31, 2011
    After defeating Princeton 5-4 on Saturday, the No. 2 Bulldogs are back in action this Sunday, taking on No. 12 Brown at 12 p.m. on Saturday at the Brady Squash Center. The Yale men (11-1, 4-0 Ivy), the highest ranked team in the Ivy League, has only two conference matches left in the regular season. The Bulldog’s only loss has come from No. 1 Trinity, who has not lost a match in over a decade. The Bulldogs hope to reclaim the Ivy title, which they captured outright last season.
  • No. 2 Yale Tops No. 3 Princeton
    January 29, 2011
    The Brady Squash Center was filled with cheering Yale fans on Saturday afternoon, as the No. 2 Bulldogs took on No. 3 Princeton in a match up between the two highest ranked Ivy League teams. Yale defeated the Tigers 5-4, moving the Bulldogs one step closer to capturing the Ivy Championship, which Yale won outright last season.
  • No. 2 Yale Takes On No. 3 Princeton
    January 28, 2011
    The No. 2 Yale Bulldogs will host the No. 3 Princeton Tigers this Saturday at 1p.m. at the Brady Squash Center in a showdown between the two highest ranked Ivy League teams. An Alumni Squash Round Robin and a clinic will precede the match for the kids from Squash Haven, Yale’s community service project. This will be followed by a lunch for alumni, family, and friends of Yale Squash before the match at 1p.m.
  • No. 2 Bulldogs Defeat No. 9 Franklin and Marshall, No. 4 Rochester, No. 15 Navy
    January 22, 2011
    Undeterred by a tough loss to No. 1 Trinity on Wednesday, the Men’s Squash Team bounced back in perfect form, defeating No. 9 Franklin and Marshall, No. 4 Rochester, and No. 15 Navy at the Yale Round Robin at the Brady Squash Center. The Brady Squash Center was packed with squash players this weekend, both male and female, from over ten schools.
  • No. 1 Trinity Tops Yale 7-2
    January 19, 2011
    No. 1 Trinity extended its winning streak to 230 matches with a 7-2 win over No. 2 Yale Wednesday night. The Bulldogs got wins from junior John Roberts at No. 8 and junior Robert Berner at No. 9.
  • Connecticut Showdown: No. 2 Bulldogs Prepare to Face No. 1 Trinity
    January 17, 2011
    Boasting a perfect 7-0 record (3-0 Ivy League), the Yale men’s squash team has lived up to its No. 2 ranking this season, convincingly defeating every team that it has contested thus far. Just last weekend, the Bulldogs took on No. 8 Western Ontario and No. 5 Cornell, and easily won both matches.
  • No. 2 Yale Bests No. 5 Cornell
    January 15, 2011
    Coming off a win against No. 8 Western Ontario on Friday evening, the No. 2 Bulldogs strengthened their undefeated streak, beating No. 5 Cornell by a 6-3 score. Yale’s victory over Cornell boosts the Bulldogs to a 7-0 record (3-0 Ivy League).
  • No. 2 Yale Beats No. 8 Western Ontario
    January 14, 2011
    In the first of two matches this weekend, Yale (6-0, 2-0 Ivy League) bested Western Ontario by a 7-2 score. At No. 2, sophomore Richard Dodd led Yale with a 3-0 score. Senior Michael Maruca and freshman Charlie Wyatt also posted strong results for the Bulldogs, winning their matches by a 3-0 score, at No. 7 and No. 8 spots.
  • No. 2 Yale to Play No. 8 Western Ontario, No. 5 Cornell
    January 13, 2011
    Hot off a 5-0 winning streak, the No. 2 Bulldogs will travel to Cornell this weekend for two matches. There, they will play the No. 8 Western Ontario Mustangs on Friday evening (6:00p.m.), followed by the No. 5 Cornell Big Red on Saturday morning (10:00a.m.). The No. 2 Bulldogs have only dropped two individual matches in their first five matches of this season.
  • No. 2 Yale Improves to 2-0 in Ivies with 7-2 Win at No. 7 Dartmouth
    January 08, 2011
    The defending Ivy League champion No. 2 Yale men’s squash team improved to 2-0 in league play with a win at No. 7 Dartmouth Saturday.
  • No. 2 Yale Resumes Play with 9-0 Wins at No. 19 Amherst, No. 11 Williams
    January 07, 2011
    The No. 2 Yale men’s squash team returned to action after winter break with a 9-0 win at No. 19 Amherst Friday morning. The Bulldogs won eight matches 3-0 en route to their third straight sweep to start the season. They then added a sweep at No. 11 Williams to complete the day.
  • No. 2 Yale to Visit No. 19 Amherst, No. 11 Williams, No. 7 Dartmouth
    January 04, 2011
    A month after starting the season by shutting out No. 10 Penn and No. 12 Bates, the No. 2 Yale men’s squash team looks north for its next round of opponents. The Bulldogs return from winter break to play No. 19 Amherst, No. 11 Williams and No. 7 Dartmouth this Friday and Saturday.
  • Bulldogs Blank Penn, Bates
    December 05, 2010
    The Yale men's squash team opened the season in style, shutting out both Penn and Bates 9-0 Saturday at the Brady Squash Center.
  • No. 2 Bulldogs Kick Off Regular Season Saturday, Face No. 9 Penn, No. 12 Bates
    December 02, 2010
    The Yale men’s squash team will open its 2010-11 campaign Saturday morning at the Brady Squash Center, where the Bulldogs will face Ivy League rival Penn at 11 a.m. and Bates at 5 p.m.
  • Yale Wins Ivy Scrimmages with 8-1 Victory over Harvard
    November 07, 2010
    The Bulldogs opened 2010-2011 play by winning the Ivy Scrimmages Sunday at the Brady Squash Center.
  • Bulldogs Kick Off 2010-11 Season With Ivy Scrimmages
    November 04, 2010
    he Bulldogs are prepared to kick off the 2010-11 season, beginning preseason action this Saturday with the always-competitive Ivy Scrimmages from the Brady Squash Center.