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Season Preview: Men's Squash Looks to Improve on 2009-10 Campaign

Co-captain J. Reed Endresen returns for his senior season with Harvard as the Crimson look to improve on their fifth-place finish at last year's CSA National Team Championship (photo courtesy Gil Talbot).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The Harvard men's squash team is set to open the season Nov. 19 as its hosts Brown at the Barnaby Courts. The Crimson are coming off a fifth-place finish at the 2010 CSA National Team Championship.

With the graduation of individual national champion, Colin West, Harvard will have an important spot to fill at the top the lineup. Head coach Mike Way has confidence that his 2010-11 squad has the ability to do just that as they look to move up the national rankings this season.

Coach Way took a few minutes out of practice to answer a few questions regarding the confidence his team has given him and the leadership captain J. Reed Endresen has shown during his first season at the helm for the Crimson.