The Ivy League announced its All-Conference team Thursday afternoon, with three Crimson players making the list. Mike Way, the Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Squash at Harvard University was named the Ivy League Coach of the Year after leading the team to its 40th Ivy League Championship in team history.
The College Squash Association released its individual player rankings, Wednesday night, setting the seeding for the 2015 CSA Individual Championships. Six Crimson student-athletes, three men and three women, made the cut and will be traveling to Princeton this weekend, Feb. 27 – March 1 to vie for a championship.
No. 3 Harvard men’s squash began its title defense Friday evening against No. 6 Rochester in an opening round matchup at the 2015 CSA Men’s Team Championship. The two teams battled to the very end with the Crimson edging the Yellow Jackets, 5-4.
No. 3 Harvard men’s squash will defend its 2014 Potter Cup title this weekend at the CSA Men’s Team National Championship tournament, hosted by top-seed Trinity College. The Crimson comes in as the No. 3 seed and will take on No. 6 seed Rochester, Friday, Feb. 20 at 5:30 p.m.
No. 3 Harvard men’s Squash closed league play, Sunday afternoon, on the road against Brown with sole ownership of the Ivy League title on the line. The Crimson seized the day, sweeping the Bears, 9-0, and taking home its 40th Ivy League title in program history.
No. 3 Harvard men’s squash faces off against two Ancient Eight opponents this weekend to close League play. The Crimson hosts No. 5 Yale, Friday, Feb. 6 at 6 p.m. Harvard then travels to Providence, Rhode Island to take on No. 16 Brown, Sunday, Feb. 8 at noon.
No. 6 Harvard men's squash is set for a two-match Ancient Eight weekend slate at the Barnaby Courts. The Crimson faces off against No. 7 Cornell, Saturday, Jan. 31 at noon and then closes the weekend out against No. 3 Columbia, Sunday, Feb. 1 at noon.