Trinity Bantams Rule the Roost—Again!
Trinity College rolls to its fourth regular season men's team title
and Potter Trophy
The Trinity Bantams have every reason to be more than satisfied with themselves at the conclusion of the 2001-2002 squash season. For the fourth year in a row, the Trinity men's team stepped into the collegiate squash pit and emerged at the top of the pecking order.
Trinity went into the National Team Championships with a 68-match winning streak and its players had won 142 of their 144 individual matches. No doubt about it, the Trinity team is loaded with talent, much of it culled from overseas. But, as Princeton coach Bob Callahan notes, “You can't win without talent; but you can certainly lose with it.” It was Callahan's Princeton Tigers who had the last, best chance to put an end to the Bantam's squash reign. For a few brief moments as the Princeton players each won their opening games against the defending champions in their regular season dual match, Callahan had visions of the regular season title dancing in his head.