Men's Squash Knocks Off Dartmouth 8-1 To Move Back To .500 Mark
The junior All-America duo of Samuel Kang and Tyler Osborne picked up wins at the top two spots. Kang was pushed to a fourth game, but he dominated it in an 11-0 win over Nick Harrington at the No. 1 spot. Osborne controlled his three games in a win at the No. 2 spot, and senior Dylan Ward fought out of a 1-0 hole to defeat Kyle Martino in four games at No. 3.
The most memorable Princeton wins came at the bottom of the ladder. Ezratty trailed George Henderson 2-1 at the No. 8 spot, but he claimed wins of 11-8 and 11-5 to win the match. In his varsity debut, Leizman won three hard-fought games to grab a 3-0 win at No. 9.
Princeton will now break for finals, but it will return to the courts during the last week of January to continue what has already been a brutal road schedule. After three road matches against Top 6 opponents already this season, the Tigers fill follow a Jan. 27 match at Penn with a match at No. 1 Trinity two nights later.
PRINCETON 7, DARTMOUTH 2
1 - Samuel Kang (P) d. Nick Harrington 2,5,(9),0
2 - Tyler Osborne (P) d. Christopher Jung 4,3,7
3 - Dyan Ward (P) d. Kyle Martino (8),6,11,2
4 - Fletcher Pease (D) d. David Hoffman 11,(9),9,9
5 - Taylor Tutrone (P) d. James Fisch 5,8,6
6 - Vivek Dinodia (P) d. Michael Mistras 6,5,7
7 - Mark Funk (D) d. Michael LeBlanc 9,10,8
8 - Sam Ezratty (P) d. George Henderson 7,(6),(3),8,5
9 - Ben Leizman d. Glen Brickman 8,9,9