2010 Men’s College Squash National Team Championships: Day 1 Report


New Haven, CT — The 2010 Men’s College Squash Association National Team Championships are well underway. Play will continue into the evening at Yale University and Choate Rosemary Hall, with the last round of matches scheduled to begin at 7:30 pm.

Scores will be updated throughout the tournament, so be sure to check the live brackets for the latest match results.

Potter Cup (A Division): There were no upsets in the A Division. The closest match was Rochester’s 7-2 win over Cornell. The Yellowjackets will face tournament host Yale tomorrow in the semifinals. The other semifinal will be a rematch of the 2009 Potter Cup finalists, Trinity and Princeton. Trinity swept the Tigers when the two teams met last weekend, and Princeton will look to convert some of the four- and five-game matches to wins. Photos from the Rochester/Cornell and Princeton/Harvard matches are now available online.

Hoehn Cup (B Division): Top seeds Penn and Williams advance to the semifinals after sweeping Saint Lawrence and Bowdoin, their respective opponents. Photos from the Penn/Saint Lawrence match are available online, courtesy of Dale Walker Photo.

Summers Cup (C Division): No upsets in the C Division, as Tufts, Middlebury, and Amherst all advance to the next round of the main draw.

Conroy Cup (D Division): Connecticut College and Wesleyan both advanced, and will meet in the semifinals tomorrow.

Chaffee Cup (E Division): Cal and Columbia will meet tomorrow in the semifinals, while Vassar and Haverford will play in the consolation semis. Kenyon also advances with a win over BC.

Serues Cup (F Division): Check the live brackets page for updates.

Hawthorn Cup (G Division): Check the live brackets page for updates.

Emerging Teams Division: Emerging Teams competition starts tomorrow.