Trinity College Senior Demonstrates Douchebaggery During NCAA Squash National Championship
Yesterday Trinity College won its 12th consecutive squash National Championship by defeating Yale. With the victory, Trinity squash earned its 224th consecutive win and continues the longest winning streak in U.S. college sports. However, what caught our attention was a blow-by-blow description of Trinity co-captain Baset Chaudhry in the Hartford Courant:
Chaudhry’s final match didn’t come without drama. After winning 3-0, the 6-foot-5 Chaudhry leaned over into the face of Yale’s top player, freshman Kenneth Chan, and placed his forehead against Chan’s forehead. Then after leaping into his father M. Ashfaq Chaudhry’s arms, Chaudhry shoved Chan back onto the court while Chan was trying to leave the playing area.
“It wasn’t emotions,” Chaudhry said. “If you go and look back in the second game when he won a point, he literally came in my face and was eyes-to-eyes. I did the same thing after I won the match. Looking back, I think I shouldn’t have done that, but I got caught up in the moment.”
Yale head coach David Talbott called it “a classless match.” The clip was on SportsCenter this morning and BroBible obtained the footage later this afternoon. Check it out after the jump.