HARTFORD, Conn. – The No. 10 Dartmouth men’s squash team fell to top-ranked Trinity, 9-0, on Wednesday evening at the Kellner Center.

The Big Green move to 1-5 on the year, while the Bantams improve to 8-0 after winning their 27th match in a row.

Of the top nine scoring players, only Michael Mistras and Fletcher Pease won a game for Dartmouth. Both Mistras and Pease fell in four at the No. 6 and No. 4 spots, respectively. Mistras won the third game in his match and Pease won the second.

At No. 10, Josh Renaud fell in five to Pranay Merchant. Renaud took the first two games before dropping the next three.

Dartmouth returns to action on Jan. 25, traveling back to the Nutmeg State to square off with Bates in non-conference action on Yale’s campus.

TRINITY 9, DARTMOUTH 0
Nicholas Harrington lost to Miled Zarazua 0-3, 6-11 11-13 7-11
Chris Jung lost to Karan Malik 0-3, 3-11 9-11 4-11
Kyle Martino lost to Vrishab Kotian 0-3, 10-12 10-12 5-11
Fletcher Pease lost to Elroy Leong 1-3, 9-11 12-10 4-11 5-11
James Fisch lost to Affeeq Ismail 0-3, 6-11 4-11 1-11
Michael Mistras lost to Zeyad El Shorafy 1-3, 9-11 3-11 15-13 5-11
Mark Funk lost to Matthew Mackin 0-3, 5-11 5-11 11-13
George Henderson lost to Moustafa Hamada 0-3, 6-11 4-11 1-11
Glen Brickman lost to John Lamont 0-3, 9-11 2-11 8-11
Joshua Renaud lost to Pranay Merchant 2-3, 21-10 11-6 4-11 8-11 6-11