No. 5 Men’s Squash to Square Off Against No. 1 Trinity

Richard Hill (pictured) and the Crimson will look to snap Trinity's win streak of 215 matches.
Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot Photography.

The Particulars:
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.

About Trinity:
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.

Coming Attractions:
In the final home matches of the season, the Crimson will host Penn, Feb. 6, and Princeton, Feb. 7, at the Barnaby Courts.