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No. 3 Men’s Squash Clinches Share of Ivy Title with Win over No. 5 Yale, 7-2

The Crimson is one step closer to 40th Ivy title. (Zack Williamson)

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – No. 3 Harvard men's squash hosted No. 5 Yale Friday evening, coming away with a 7-2 victory. With the win, the Crimson clinched at least a share of the 2014-15 Ivy League title.

Senior captain Tyler Olson continues to put together a final season to remember staying undefeated against Yale. With a 3-2 victory at the No. 8 position, Olson pushed his record to 9-0.

Harvard's freshmen have contributed from day one for the Crimson this season. Dylan Murrary, Bradley Smith and Seif Eleinen all picked up wins against the Bulldogs, helping Harvard secure the 7-2 victory.

The Crimson is back in action Sunday, Feb. 8, at noon to take on Brown with a chance to secure its 40th Ivy League title outright.
 
Complete Results

Harvard 7, Yale 2

1. Fenwick def.  Dhingra  (3-0)
2. Murray def. Dembinski  - (3-2)
3. Smith def.McClintock - (3-0)
4. Koh def. Columbia - (3-2)
5. Ryan def. Martin - (3-0)
6. McLaughlin def. Kingshott - (3-0)
7. Roberts def. Roberts - (3-0)
8. Olson def. Broadwater - (3-2)
9. Eleinen def. Kocchar - (3-2)

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