The Harvard men's and women's squash teams will be sending six players to Stamford, Connecticut this weekend for the CSA Individual Championships March 4-6. The opening round of matches will take place tomorrow, while semifinal matches will occur Saturday before the finals on Sunday.
The No. 6 Harvard men's squash team avenged its opening loss of the season against No. 7 Dartmouth, taking the Big Green down, 6-3, Saturday in a Potter Cup consolation semifinal match at the Brady Squash Center.
No. 6 Harvard men's squash faltered to No. 3 St. Lawrence in the opening round of the Potter Cup, 5-4, after overcoming an early deficit to fall in the decisive final flight Friday afternoon at the Brady Squash Center.
No. 6 men’s squash will seek its 31st national championship this weekend at the CSA Team National Championships held at Yale. Harvard will start its Potter Cup campaign with a quarterfinal match Friday against No. 3 St. Lawrence at 2:30 p.m.
Coming off a weekend sweep in New York against No. 8 Columbia and No. 12 Cornell, No. 7 men’s squash will host Brown Friday night in its final home match of the season before heading to No. 4 Yale for its final contest of the regular season. The match against Brown can be seen live on the Ivy League Digital Network.
No. 7 men’s squash snapped its three-match losing streak Saturday afternoon at No. 8 Columbia, edging the Lions by a final score of 5-4 at the SL Green StreetSquash Center for its first road win of the season.
No. 7 men’s squash will look to rebound from three-straight defeats as it travels to New York to resume Ivy League play, squaring off against No. 8 Columbia on Saturday at noon and following with No. 12 Cornell on Sunday at 11 a.m.
Squaring off against the No. 1 team in the nation for the second time this season, No. 3 men's squash was upended by No. 1 Trinity, 7-2, Thursday evening at the Kellner Squash Center in its final non-conference match of the season.
No. 3 Harvard will look to hand No. 1 Trinity its first loss of the season Thursday as it takes on the Bantams in the first of a three-match road swing. Thursdays contest will be Harvard’s final non-conference match of the season and can be seen live on the Northeast Sports Network.
No. 4 men's squash will conclude its five-game homestand with a pair of non-conference matches this weekend. The Crimson will take on No. 7 Rochester on Saturday before facing No. 10 Franklin & Marshall on Sunday. The matches can be seen live on the Ivy League Digital Network.