NEW LONDON, Conn. – Riding a wave of momentum with a four-match winning streak, the Connecticut College men's squash team will look to remain competitive when it treks to Hamilton to compete at the NESCAC Championships this weekend.
Connecticut College (8-7), which is seeded 10th, will begin competing at the three-day, double-elimination event when it faces host and No. 7 seed Hamilton on Friday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. The Camels won the head-to-head matchup earlier this season against the Continentals in thrilling fashion by a 5-4 score, as junior Scott Brown (Old Greenwich, Conn.) rallied from behind to win his match in five sets and freshman James Andrew (Dover, Mass.) earned the decisive point.
Joining Brown and Andrew in the Camel lineup this weekend will be freshman Alex Snape (Washington, D.C.), senior John Dunham (New Haven, Conn.), sophomore Michael Rodriguez (New Haven, Conn.), senior Daniel Reisman (Santa Barbara, Calif.), sophomore Samuel Piller (Charlottesville, Va.), sophomore Winston Simone (New York, N.Y.), Louis Feingold (Brookline, Mass.), and junior David Aldaz Jr. (New Haven, Conn.).
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