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NEW YORK - The Columbia men's squash team will head to Princeton, N.J. this weekend to play in the 2012 CSA National Championships on Friday, Feb. 17 - Sunday, Feb. 19. The 14th ranked Lions will be in the Hoehn Cup (B Division), facing 11th ranked Navy in their first match of the tournament on Friday, Feb. 17 at 1:30 p.m. Columbia will look to avenge a 2-7 loss to the Midshipmen earlier this season in Annapolis, Md. on Tuesday, Jan. 10.

The Lions will enter the tournament at 5-10 after losing a competitive match to Ivy League Champion Princeton. Columbia was handed an 1-8 home loss to end the regular season, however the sole win of the match for the Lions seemed to be the highlight of the night. The battle of Princeton's Todd Harrity and Columbia's Ramit Tandon marked a national match-up of the No. 2 and No. 4 players. Tandon pulled the upset to win in four with a score of 11-6, 11-5, 7-11, 11-5.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2012 Men's CSA National Team Championships
Hoehn Cup (B Division)
Please note draw locations: PRIN: Princeton University; LAW: Lawrenceville School; UPENN: University of Pennsylvania; SQSM: SquashSmarts Lenfest Center
 
 
Quarters  
Pennsylvania, University of    
 
Fri, 2/17 11:00am  
Bates College    
 
Middlebury College    
 
Fri, 2/17 11:00am  
St. Lawrence University    
 
Naval Academy, United States    
 
Fri, 2/17 1:30pm  
Columbia University    
 
Brown University    
 
Fri, 2/17 4:00pm  
Williams College    
 
 
Semis  
 
 
 
Ct PRIN,Sat, 2/18 12:00pm  
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ct PRIN,Sat, 2/18 12:00pm  
 
 
 
 
Finals  
 
 
 
Ct PRIN,Sun, 2/19 12:00pm  
 
 
 
 

 


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