NEW HAVEN, Conn.— Though the Yale men's squash team just returned from its team championships, the season is not over for four individual players. Juniors Yohan Pandole and Jay Losty, sophomore Spencer Lovejoy, and first-year Harrison Gill have qualified to represent the Bulldogs in Washington, D.C. this weekend at the 2018 College Individual Championships.
Lovejoy and Harrison, who have played at the top of Yale's lineup all season, are competing in the A Division bracket for a chance at the Pool Trophy and a national title. Lovejoy's first match of the competition is against Columbia's Velavan Senthilkumar, and Gill is set to go up against Ahmed S. Bayoumy of St Lawrence in the first round. Both matches are scheduled to begin at 10:40 a.m. on Friday morning.
Losty has qualified to compete in the Molloy Cup North division, and is scheduled to see competitor Bransten Ming of Drexel on Friday. The match will begin at 9:50 a.m.
Pandole, a competitor in the Molloy West bracket, is set against Finn Trimble of Dickinson College. The pair will play at 2:00 p.m. on Friday afternoon.
Information for all the matches, including results, brackets, and live stream video, can be found here.
Report by Kate Flanders '18, Yale Sports Publicity