Sports Highlights

The men's squash team captured its sixth consecutive national intercollegiate title and its unprecedented 100th straight victory this month. The feats attracted the attention of the national media, as the program was the subject of extensive feature stories in Sports Illustrated and on ESPN's SportsCenter. In addition, Head Coach Paul Assaiante was selected as the recipient of the United States Squash Racquets Association's highest award, the President's Cup, for his outstanding contribution to the sport.

The women's squash team advanced to its fourth straight intercollegiate national championship final, dropping a heart-wrenching 5-4 match to host Yale. Bantam Head Coach Wendy Bartlett reached the 200-win plateau, and now has a career record of 202-66 for a .777 winning percentage.

The men's basketball and men's ice hockey teams have each advanced deep into the post-season, in their quest for league and national titles. Sophomore Tyler Rhoten became the 21st player in Trinity men's basketball history to score over 1,000 career points, netting his 1,001th in the last regular season game of just his second collegiate season. The Bantams host an NCAA Tournament first round game this week. The men's ice hockey team won seven games in a row to vault to second place in the NESCAC, and defends its NESCAC Championship title at Middlebury this weekend. Head Coach John Dunham, the nation's winningest active Division III coach to spend his entire career with one team, can reach the 400-win mark with wins in the league semifinals and finals this weekend.

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