March 1, 2002

Men's Squash Tries for Individual Titles

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The men’s squash team will travel to Princeton, N.J. today, to compete in its final meet of the season. The NISRA individual championships is the most anticipated competition of the season for the individual squash player. It establishes bragging rights for players from schools all over the nation to compete for All-American status. The top ten winners are named First Team All-Americans, and the next ten finishers will be named Second Team All-Americans.

Some competitors Cornell will be wary of are players from the experienced Trinity squad. During the NISRA Team Tournament last week, Trinity demonstrated its tremendous team chemistry by winning its third straight national title. When all is said and done, Trinity is expected to have at least five players named All-Americans. It is loaded with talent, containing four All-Americans from last season.

Cornell has one All-American hopeful, junior Tim Nagel. After finishing strong last week, Nagel hopes to carry the momentum into this weekend.

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