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William Oon scored a 3-2 win at No. 7 for Princeton.
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Men's Squash Falls To Drexel, Will Close Team Season Sunday vs. GW

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 02/27/2016
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The Princeton men's squash team could not manage two straight upsets during its Hoehn Cup weekend, and will compete for 11th place Sunday against George Washington following an 8-1 loss to top-seeded Drexel Saturday afternoon.

Freshman William Oon gave the Tigers their lone win with a gritty 3-2 comeback win at the No. 7 spot. Trailing 2-1, he scored wins of 11-8 and 11-7 to take out Noel Solomon and claim the win.

Princeton, which had to play without injured No. 2 player Spencer Anton, put up a good battle, pushing six matches to four games and a thriller at No. 2 to five, but Drexel was able to win the important points en route to the win.

Freshman Cody Cortes took classmate Anton's spot at No. 2 and had a wild showdown with Ibrahim Bakir. Trailing 2-1, Cortes won an 11-9 fourth game, and then pushed into extra points before falling 12-10 in the fifth.

DREXEL 8, PRINCETON 1
1 - Omar El Atmas (D) d. Clark Doyle (7), 6, 6, 9
2 - Ibrahim Bakir (D) d. Cody Cortes (7), 8, 5, (9), 10
3 - Atticus Kelly (D) d. Vivek Dinodia 7, (9), 9, 5
4 - Bransten Ming (D) d. Komron Shayegan 4, (6), 4, 7
5 - Luke Willemse (D) d. Abhimanyu Shah 8, 3, (10), 9
6 - Michael Thompson (D) d. Michael LeBlanc 10, 4, (5), 7
7 - William Oon (P) d. Noel Solomon 5, (1), (7), 8, 7
8 - Joseph Gingold (D) d. Sam Ezratty 4, 2, 8
9 - Nathaniel Fry (D) d. Ben Leizman 8, 8, 7

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