Trinity Men Complete Perfect 16-0 Season With 6-3 Win At Princeton by David Kingsley
February 17, 2013 Princeton, N.J.
– Senior co-captain Johan Detter (Malmoe, Sweden) allowed just 10
points in the No. 6 match to lead the visiting Trinity College Bantams
to a 6-3 victory over the Princeton University Tigers in men’s squash
action this afternoon on Jadwin Courts. Trinity, ranked No. 1 in
the nation, closes the regular season with a 16-0 record and will be
the top seed in the College Squash Association (CSA) National
Championship Tournament (Potter Trophy) next weekend at Yale. No.
4-ranked Princeton falls to 10-2. The defending CSA Champion
Tigers are the last team to beat Trinity, having won, 5-4, in last
winter’s CSA Finals in New Jersey. The Bantams have been
undefeated in 14 of the last 15 regular seasons and are 278-2 over that
Trinity won at the bottom six positions, including 3-0 triumphs by
Detter, first-year Zeyad Elshorafy (Alexandria, Egypt) at No. 7 and
sophomore Moustafa Hamada (Alexandria, Egypt) at No. 8. The
Bantams led, 2-1, after the first wave and, 4-2, after six matches,
before Elshorafy’s 11-8, 11-7, 11-1 triumph clinched the victory for
the visitors. Junior Matthew Mackin (Greenwich, Conn.), sophomore
Vrishab Kotian (Mumbai, India), and first-year Karan Malik (Mumbai,
India) also posted Trinity wins.
Trinity 6, Princeton 3
1) Todd Harrity (P) d. Reinhold Hergeth 6,5,2 2) Samuel Kang (P) d. Juan Vargas (7),6,8,2 3) Tyler Osborne (P) d. Miled Zarazua 5,5,4 4) Karan Malik (T) d. Dylan Ward 10,4,(7),(2),7 5) Vrishab Kotian (T) d. Steve Harrington 4,(4),4,2 6) Johan Detter (T) d. Taylor Tutrone 1,5,4 7) Zeyad Elshorfy (T) d. Vivek Dinodia 8,7,1 8) Moustafa Hamada (T) d. David Hoffman 7,7,7 9) Matthew Mackin (T) d. Michael LeBlanc 5,(8),6,8