Navy Weekend, BC and MIT

BU Squash started off the season with a round robin held at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. BU began the round robin facing off against home team Johns Hopkins. A tough opponent, BU lost this one, 2 – 7, but managed to win two games with strong performances by freshman Bonner and Lavoie. Next BU played the University of Minnesota for the first time in club history and won a resounding 7 – 2. The match was marred by club captain Ben Bunjapamai’s foot injury acting up and forcing a forfeit. The last game of the day was against Home team Navy A. Always a very challenging opponent, the terriers put up a tough fight but conceded all games to the Naval Academy’s varsity team. BU started Saturday off with a game against the University of Richmond and clinched an early win with the game score being 6 – 3. For the last game of the Round Robin the terriers sat their number 1 and 2 due to injury and played an incredibly fit and well-conditioned Navy B team. After many close and long drawn out matches the terriers lost by a narrow margin of 5 – 4.

The second match of the season pitted rival Boston University and Boston College against each other for the first time this season. The terriers were off to a good start and seemed to be headed to victory, however, after a few incredibly close matches BU lost to BC 2 – 7. Strong performances by Co-captain Jack Chambers and Freshman Joel Lavoie helped the terriers clinch two wins. The terriers were missing Bonner and Chen, numbers 2 and 6 respectively, due to injury.

The third match of the season so far saw the Terriers playing MIT. The results very disappointing game for BU, who have not seen such bad match scores against MIT in recent history. Nick Carlson playing number 9 brought in the only win for BU.

The club’s next math will be on the 20th of November against Northeastern University.

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BU vs MIT

Pre-Season Briefing

As we prepare for our first round of matches this weekend, check out what the Terriers have lined up for this year!

http://collegesquashassociation.com/2014/10/18/boston-university-2014-2015-mens-college-squash-season-preview/

Boston University Squash Team 2013-2014

Back row (L-R) Allan Chen, Aahan Sethi, Jin Kim, Chandler Burke, Lily Wacker, Emily Bejtlich, Nick Carlson, Ankit Sinha, Chris Schwagerl, Humzah Mahmood, Tom Hagglof, Seated (L-R) Lu Quan Tan, Omid Maalizadeh, Jack Chambers, Jacob Roscoe, Arush Sabharwal, Map Teeravithayapinyo

Back row (L-R) Allan Chen, Aahan Sethi, Jin Kim, Chandler Burke, Lily Wacker, Emily Bejtlich, Nick Carlson, Ankit Sinha, Chris Schwagerl, Humzah Mahmood, Tom Hagglof,
Seated (L-R) Lu Quan Tan, Omid Maalizadeh, Jack Chambers, Ben Bunjapamai, Jacob Roscoe, Arush Sabharwal, Map Teeravithayapinyo

BU Finishes #34 Nationally, #6 Club

Captains Ben Bunjapamai and Jacob Roscoe with Senior Asa Tyler holding the Runners Up Trophy for the Chaffee Division

The Boston University Squash Team capped off its most successful season with a strong showing at the CSA National Team Championships held at Yale, finishing as runners up in the Chaffee Cup after falling 6-3 against Boston College.

Arriving at Yale University after a 3 hour drive, #35 BU pulled out a 5-4 win against #38 University of Washington at 7pm. The match was well played and a good start to the tournament.

On the Saturday at 12pm, the Terriers pulled through with another 5-4 win – this time against #39 Denison University with numbers 5 through 9 having solid wins. This win set up a Boston Showdown against crosstown rivals and top seeded #33 Boston College.

Following the first round of matches BU trailed BC 2-1, having collected a win from Map Teeravithayapinyo’s 3 game victory at #6. In the second round of matches #8 Humzah Mahmood pulled through with a 5-game win. Unfortunately, trailing 4-2 BU managed only one more win through Allan Chen, also in a five game match at #7. At #1 Ben Bunjapamai dropped a 3-1 match against a very strong opponent, while #5 senior Asa Tyler lost a 5 game match despite having held a 2-1 lead.

Overall, BU has finished a very strong season having finished the previous season at #50 and two divisions lower. The terriers will graduate only Asa Tyler, who has been a crucial part of the team’s leadership. We wish him all the best in the future!

Boston University Squash Reaches Highest Ever Ranking #31, #4 Club Team in the Country

Boston University Squash has reached its highest ever ranking of #31 in the College Squash Association’s rankings released November 28, 2012.

Ranked #48 in the Preseason Rankings, Boston University has warranted the move by defeating Northeastern and MIT, ranked #30 and 31 in preseason. BU has jumped over both teams in the rankings and is now the #4 Club Team in the Country.

Having played 10 official CSA matches, BU has dropped only 2 matches to #17 Navy and #29 Tufts. Boston University currently holds the second most number of wins behind the Naval Academy.

The latest rankings can be found here:  http://collegesquashassociation.com/2012/11/28/2012-2013-dunlop-mens-college-squash-team-rankings-11182012/

Boston University def. Northeastern 6-3, Now 8-1

Introductions by Head Coach Brian Donovan and Co-Captains Ben Bunjapamai and Jacob Roscoe

Despite losing #4 Map Teeravithayapinyo to injury for 3 months, BU picked up the win against Northeastern 6-3.

In close matches that went to 4 or 5 sets each, Ben Bunjapamai defeated Dennis Brinkworth at #1. #2 Jacob Roscoe, #3 Lu Quan Tan, and #4 Asa Tyler lost in close matches. Jack Chambers, Humzah Mahmood, Paulo Damoura, Allan Chen, David Scott, and Arush Sabharwal (#10 exhibition) all won by scores of 3-0. Omid Maalizadeh also picked up his first win of the season at the #11 exhibition spot.

BU Squash is now 8-1. After defeating #31 MIT and #30 Northeastern twice, Boston University, ranked #48 in preseason, should make a huge jump in the rankings next month.

1. Chaiyatat Ben Bunjapamai(BU) def. Dennis Brinkworth(NEU) 11-4,11-9,8-11,11-7

2. Greg Berson(NEU) def. Jacob Roscoe(BU) 3-11,11-6,3-11,11-8,11-5

3. Stan Berenshtein(NEU) def. Lu Quan Tan(BU) 11-7,11-1,8-11,11-5

4. Keith Sproat(NEU) def. Asa Tyler(BU) 7-11,11-7,8-11,11-3,11-2

5. Jack Chambers(BU) def. Louie Sitwell(NEU) 11-3,11-6,11-6

6. Humzah Mahmood(BU) def. Phil Huntley(NEU) 11-4,11-8,11-6

7. Paulo Damoura(BU) def. Alex Scott-Barrett(NEU) 11-4,11-8,11-5

8. Allan Chen(BU) def. Daniel Hsu(NEU) 11-4,11-1,11-1

9. David Scott(BU) def. George Ughetta(NEU) 11-3,11-1,11-2

10. Arush Sabharwal(BU) def. Brandon Poulin(BU) 11-3,11-6,11-5

11. Omid Maalizadeh(BU) def. Daniel Hsu(NEU) 11-6, 11-6, 11-3

 

Boston University def. MIT, now 7-1

Boston University hosted MIT at the Boston University Fitness and Recreation Center Squash Courts. For the first time in its history, BU pulled out a 5-4 victory over MIT in many closely contested matches. Paulo Damoura opened the match with a 3-1 win. Four matches went to five sets with Jacob Roscoe and Allan Chen clinching wins in their matches. Asa Tyler and Humzah Mahmood lost in five. At #6 Jack Chambers swept Marina Crowe(MIT) 3-0.  Ben Bunjapamai and Jacob Roscoe each recovered from dropped games to give BU the 5-4 victory.

 

1. Chaiyatat Ben Bunjapamai(BU) def. Sung Won Cho(MIT) 11-7,4-11,11-8,11-9

2. Jacob Roscoe(BU) def. David Bian 11-7,6-11,8-11,11-8,11-8

3. Bowen Baker(MIT) def. Lu Quan Tan(BU) 11-5,11-4,11-4

4. Abhi Mitra(MIT) def. Map Teeravithayapinyo(BU) 8-11,11-9,11-8,11-8

5. Gray Riley(MIT) def. Asa Tyler(BU) 11-13,7-11,14-12,11-5,11-9

6. Jack Chambers(BU) def. Marina Crowe(MIT) 11-5, 11-3, 11-3

7. Sunny Long(MIT) def. Humzah Mahmood(BU) 11-9, 9-11, 11-9, 9-11, 11-9

8. Allan Chen(BU) def. David Kang(MIT) 9-11,12-10,8-11,11-8,12-10

9. Paulo Damoura(BU) def. Tanya Ivonchyk(MIT) 11-9,10-12,13-11,11-8

 

Boston University Now 6-1

The Boston University Squash Team finished the Navy Invitational 3-1. BU swept Duke 9-0 in its opener and defeated Sewanee and Navy B both by scores of 7-2.
BU’s only lost came from a Navy Varsity team 9-0. Navy is currently ranked #13 in the nation. BU is now 6-1 and holds the 2nd most number of wins in the country, behind Navy.

For full match scores follow these links:

Boston University def. Duke 9-0
Boston University def. Sewanee 7-2
Navy A def Boston University 9-0
Boston University def. Navy B 7-2

BU defeats Northeastern, Wins first 3 matches of the season

Bunjapamai wins at #1

BU defeated Northeastern to complete the first weekend of matches 3-0. Northeastern, who finished as the second best club team and 28 in the overall CSA rankings last season, picked up wins at Numbers 2, 3, and 4. Boston University swept the remainder of the the matches with Bunjapamai, Tyler, Mahmood, Chen, Chambers, and Damoura going undefeated, not dropping any games in the day’s two matches. Sabherwal won the Exhibition match 3-0.

 

Boston University Record 3-0


Northeastern University Boston University Winner’s Score
1S Sajjad,Ahmed Bunjapamai,Chaiyatat Ben 11-8,12-10,11-9 Boston University
2S Berson,Greg Roscoe,Jacob S. 11-6,12-10,11-9 Northeastern University
3S Berenshtein,Stanislav A. Tan,Lu Quan 11-8,7-11,11-8,11-4 Northeastern University
4S Sproat,Keith E. Teeravithayapinyo,Map 11-9,11-7,11-6 Northeastern University
5S Sitwell,Louie M. Tyler,Asa L 11-9,11-5,11-7 Boston University
6S Huntley,Philip J. Mahmood,Humzah 11-2,13-11,11-5 Boston University
7S Scott-Barrett,Alexander H. Chen,Allan 11-2,11-1,11-3 Boston University
8S Poulin,Brandon E. Chambers,Jonathan B. 11-6,11-4,11-4 Boston University
9S Ughetta,George Da Moura,Paulo 12-10,11-5,11-3 Boston University
10S Poulin,Brandon E. Sabherwal,Arush 11-1,11-3 Boston University

 

 

BU sweeps Swarthmore 9-0 for second win

 

 

 

 

 

 

BU swept Swarthmore 9-0 to earn its second win of the season. BU is now 2-0.

  1. Bunjapamai(BU) def. Hua(Sw) 11-8,11-5,11-6
  2. Roscoe(BU) def. Vishwanath(Sw) 11-2,11-2,11-6
  3. Tan(BU) def. Khorr(Sw) 11-5,11-7,11-7
  4. Teeravithayapinyo(BU) def. Hayat(Sw) 11-7,11-4,11-9
  5. Tyler(BU) def. Sahai(Sw) 11-8,11-4,11-3
  6. Mahmood(BU) def. Ivey(Sw) 12-10,11-5,11-7
  7. Chen(BU) def. Arya(Sw) 11-4,11-4,11-1
  8. Chambers(BU) def. Raghuraman(Sw) 11-3,11-5,11-0
  9. Damoura(BU) def. default(SW)