Yale beats Trinity at Squash

From left, Vikram Malhotra, Marcus Bullen, both of Trinity, his brother Alec Bullen, of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000166" title="Yale University" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/yale-university-OREDU0000166.topic">Yale</a>, and Trinity's Rob Zindman, right, watch and cheer as Yale's Richard Dodd, left, lost to Trinity's Miled Zarazua Ramirez, right, 3-1 in the first match. Brothers Marcus (a squash player) and Alec (lacrosse) were rooting for their separate teams with mom and dad, Kate and Philip Bullen, in the stands behind them. Despite losing the first two matches, the Bulldogs came back to tip the matches in favor 5-4 and secure a Bulldog win, ending the Bantams' 13-year squash winning streak Wednesday in New Haven at the Payne Whitney gym.

( Bettina Hansen, Hartford Courant / January 18, 2012 )

From left, Vikram Malhotra, Marcus Bullen, both of Trinity, his brother Alec Bullen, of Yale, and Trinity's Rob Zindman, right, watch and cheer as Yale's Richard Dodd, left, lost to Trinity's Miled Zarazua Ramirez, right, 3-1 in the first match. Brothers Marcus (a squash player) and Alec (lacrosse) were rooting for their separate teams with mom and dad, Kate and Philip Bullen, in the stands behind them. Despite losing the first two matches, the Bulldogs came back to tip the matches in favor 5-4 and secure a Bulldog win, ending the Bantams' 13-year squash winning streak Wednesday in New Haven at the Payne Whitney gym.

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