CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The No. 6 Harvard men's squash team will host the 2011 CSA Men's National Team Championships Feb. 25-27 with the Murr Center Squash Courts serving as the epicenter of the action this weekend. Other area courts will also be used.
The Crimson and No. 3-seed Princeton will square off at 2 p.m. Fri., Feb. 25, at the Murr Center Squash Courts. The match will be one of three first-round matchups occurring at 2 p.m. No. 1 Trinity will face No. 8 Franklin & Marshall, while No. 4 Rochester and No. 5 Cornell do battle. No. 2 Yale and No. 7 Dartmouth kick off the quest for the Potter Cup at 11 a.m., Friday morning.
The College Squash Association, in conjunction with Harvard University Athletics, will be streaming live action 15 hours this weekend. On Friday and Saturday the stream will be available noon-6 p.m., while on Sunday the stream will be available noon-3 p.m. for the championship match.
Coverage of the following matches will be available during Friday's coverage: Trinity-Franklin & Marshall, Rochester-Cornell, Princeton-Harvard, Dartmouth-Yale, George Washington-Hamilton, Wesleyan-Colby, Stanford-Amherst, Tufts-Colgate, Northeastern-Connecticut, and Bard-Vermont.
The streaming portal can be found here.
The winners of the Trinity-Franklin & Marshall and Rochester-Cornell matches will meet in the semifinals Saturday at noon. The other semifinal match will follow at 3 p.m., featuring the winners of the Princeton-Harvard and Yale-Dartmouth matches.
The championship match will take place Sunday at noon. A complete bracket with match times can be found here.