CAPTAINS’ CORNER: IAN KAGAME ’19

Team: 

Men’s track and field 

Hometown: 

Kigali, Rwanda

Residence: 

Hoxsey Street

Major: 

Economics

Snack bar order:

Chicken tenders, buffalo chips and a mixed berry smoothie 

How did you start competing in track and field – and jumping, more specifically? I started my junior year of high school.

Women’s squash takes second at NESCACs

No. 13 women’s squash (14–10) finished runner-up at the NESCAC tournament this weekend, falling to Trinity 8-1 in the final after sweeping Hamilton and beating Middlebury 6-3. 

“Getting to the final of NESCAC is one of our main goals each season, and I am very happy we achieved our goal,” head coach Zafi Levy ’01 said.

Men’s squash places second at NESCACs

No. 18 men’s squash (12–10) secured a surprise second-place finish at the NESCAC Championship this weekend, advancing to the final match with a 5-4 comeback win against Middlebury before falling to No.