The Gilman squash team defeated Park School, 7-0, on Thursday afternoon at the Meadowmill Athletic Club as their four year run through the MIAA A Conference without a loss continued.
Seniors Taylor Tutrone and David Hoffman, who have played No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, since they were freshmen for coach Boo Smith, won handily to give Smith his 100th win as the squash coach at the Roland Park school.
It was Gilman’s second MIAA win this season. The Greyhounds dispatched Loyola, 7-0, in their season opener last week. Tutrone and Hoffman, along with Boys’ Latin’s Mike Mutscheller, all were recognized by U.S. Squash as Scholar-Athletes for 2009-2010. In addition, Tutrone and Hoffman have both verbally committed to attend Princeton University next fall. During their tenure at Gilman, the Greyhounds have an overall record of 65-9.
The team was ranked fourth nationally last fall. Tutrone is currently 8th in the nation and Hoffman is Hoffman is 13th in the boys under-19 category. Gilman is 38-0 in the MIAA since the tandem started playing there.
No. 1 Tutrone (GIL) def. Katz, 3-0
No. 2 David Hoffman (GIL) def. Halle, 3-0
No. 3 East (GIL) def. Neiman, 3-0
No. 4 Hanley (GIL) def. Kouwenhoven, 3-0
No. 5 Dewire (GIL) def. Hyatt, 3-0
No. 6 Metz (GIL) def. Levine, 3-0
No. 7 Dan Hoffman (GIL) de.f Bass, 3-0
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