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2015 Men’s College Squash Team Championships: Columbia and Trinity #1s

Hartford, CT — At the 2015 Men’s College Squash Association National Team Championships, Columbia University faced Trinity College in the Potter Cup (A Division) semifinal.

At the match at the #1 position, Ramit Tandon (Columbia) faced Vrishab Kotian (Trinity). The match was the final college event for Tandon, the 2015 Skillman Award winner. He sprained his ankle in the final game of his three-game victory (11-2, 11-3, and 12-10). Trinity won the team match, 7-2, and went on to capture the National Championship with a victory over St. Lawrence. Columbia concluded the season with a loss to Harvard.

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Below is video from the match.

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