Men's Squash Climbs Six Spots in New CSA Poll

Photo by Matt O'Haren
Photo by Matt O'Haren

NEW YORK - The Dickinson men's squash team heads into the Winter Break at No. 20 in the country after advancing six spots in the newest College Squash Association poll as announced by the organization on Wednesday.

Since the last iteration of the poll, the Red Devils have posted a 1-1 mark after falling to Amherst College (4-5), before knocking off Bates College by the same score on November 20th. Nicolas Serna continues to be strong at the top flight going 2-0 in those matches to increase his mark to 4-2 on the season. With a pair of victories, that day both Omar Ali and Mark Naguib ran their records to an even 3-3 for the year. Kobe Fleming and Patrick Noonan each won a match that day as well. 

The University of Pennsylvania (9-0) continues to hold onto the top spot in the poll, followed in the Top-5 by Harvard University (5-0), Princeton University (3-0), Trinity College (5-0), and Yale University (3-0).

View the full CSA poll here

Next on the Court

The Devils (1-5) are off until January 12th when they head to Annapolis, Maryland to battle the 25th-ranked Naval Academy (9-4) at 5:30 p.m.