Men's squash wins showdown at Connecticut Coll.
Hamilton College's top three players were all victorious and the Continentals left New London, Conn., with a 6-3 win against the Connecticut College Camels on Saturday afternoon.
Hamilton (3-7 overall) is 28th in the most recent College Squash Association rankings while Connecticut Coll. is 29th. The Camels' record dropped to 1-4.
Tucker Hamlin '17 and Colin O'Dowd '19 won their matches in three straight games at the first and second positions, respectively. O'Dowd extended his match win streak to four.
Josh Wolpert '16 needed four games before he prevailed at the third position. Wolpert picked up the 26th win of his collegiate career.
Sumair Khanna '19 swept his opponent in three games at the seventh position, Mark Sperry '17 won in four games at the eighth position and Scott Casher '16 posted a similar result at the ninth position.
The Continentals take on Yale University and Amherst College at Amherst on Friday, Jan. 15. Hamilton plays Colby College and the University of Western Ontario at Mount Holyoke College on Saturday, Jan. 16.