Richard Hill (pictured) and the Crimson will look to snap
Trinity's win streak of 215 matches.
Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot Photography.
The Harvard men’s squash team travels to Hartford, Conn. to take on No. 1 Trinity, Jan. 30. The Crimson will look to snap the Bantams 215-match winning streak. The last time that Trinity lost was Feb. 22, 1998 - to none other than Harvard - in the Potter Trophy final.
Last Time Out:
No. 5 Harvard dropped its first match of the season, falling to No. 3 Rochester, 7-2, Jan. 23. Freshman Alexander Ma and senior Colin West each claimed 3-0 victories for the Crimson in the match.
About the Crimson:
The fifth-ranked Harvard men’s squash team carries a 4-1 record into the weekend. Senior co-captain Colin West is ranked No. 2 in the College Squash Association preseason individual rankings and owns a perfect 5-0 record at the top position.
The top-ranked Bantams ride into the match sporting a perfect 13-0 mark this season and a 215-0 record in the past 11 years. Trinity has only dropped three individual matches all year, sweeping 10 matches and winning three by the score of 8-1. The Bantams boast 23 players who have won at least one match while 21 players have undefeated records.
In the final home matches of the season, the Crimson will host Penn, Feb. 6, and Princeton, Feb. 7, at the Barnaby Courts.