Princeton Men's Squash Completes Perfect Conference Slate to Win 17th Ivy League Title
Courtesy of Princeton Athletic Communications
NEW YORK -- With its 8-1 victory over Columbia, the Princeton men's squash team made sure it wouldn't need to share its 17th Ivy League title.
Princeton capped its first perfect Ivy League season since 2009 with an 8-1 victory over Columbia, which is in its first year as an Ivy League program. The win kept Princeton one match ahead of second-place Yale, which held off Harvard 5-4 Sunday.
This was the Tigers first's men's squash title since winning four straight from 2006-09. It is the 10th under head coach Bob Callahan, who has led Princeton men's squash for 31 seasons.
Both will be part of next weekend's CSA team championships, held Feb. 17-19 at the Jadwin Squash Courts. Check back with GoPrincetonTigers.com later this week for a full preview of the championships.