Navy is looking to snap the Colonials' three-match winning streak in the series.
Sophomore Senen Ubina has won eight straight matches for the Mids.
Navy is the first American squash team to visit Western Ontario in a decade.
The Mids have won three in a row against Western Ontario.
Navy will step away from the court until Jan. 7 when it travels to Canada for a pair of matches.
2013-14 Squash Action Pics
2014-15 (So.) — Turned in a 16-7 record primarily seeing action at the No. 8 position ... his biggest win of the season was a 3-1 win over Conor McClintock of Williams which helped lead the Mids to a 6-3 victory over the Ephs, their first since 1993 ... also earned top 15 wins over Drexel’s Sebastion Dangond (3-1) and Bates’ Carlos Ames (3-2) ... came short in his upset bid against Tyler Odell from eighth-ranked Penn, falling in five games ... also dropped a heartbreaker to Williams’ Varun Sharma in five games in his lone appearance at the CSA Team Championship.
2013-14 (Fr.) — Appeared in five matches, putting together a 4-1 mark ... made his collegiate debut against No. 1 Trinity, where he lost in a four-game battle ... won his first career match against 20th-ranked George Washington, beating Will O’Donnell, 3-0 ... played the No. 9 spot at the CSA Team Championship where he captured a 3-0 win over Bates’ Carlos Ames and a huge 3-2 victory over Drexel’s Harshil Dakonia.
High School — A 2013 graduate of the Hackley School in Tarrytown, N.Y., Walker was a three-sport standout who earned letters in football (4), lacrosse (3) and squash (5) ... named the squash team’s MVP as a sophomore and was the recipient of the Most Improved Award as a junior ... served as captain of the squash team his senior year ... led the squash team to the Div. III Championship his junior year ... member of his high school football team that won the 2012 Fairchester League title ... served as Student Body President his senior year and was his Class President as a junior.
Personal — Son of David and Margaret Walker ... majoring in English, he owns a 3.06 grade-point average ... twice named to the Commandant’s List, while also earning Dean’s List mention the fall of 2014.