Men's Squash Ranked No. 2 in 2015-16 Dunlop Preseason Poll

Men's Squash Ranked No. 2 in 2015-16 Dunlop Preseason Poll

Harvard has won 32 Potter Cups and 40 Ivy League titles (Athletic Communications).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's squash team will enter the season as the No. 2 team in the nation according to the Dunlop 2015-16 Men's College Squash Preseason Rankings.

Mike Way, the Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Squash at Harvard University, guided the Crimson to a 10-4 record a season ago, leading Harvard to claim its 40th Ivy League title in program history and took home third place at the Potter Cup Championships, downing Columbia in the consolation match, 6-3.

Juniors Devin McLaughlin and Bryan Koh will serve as captains for the season. After missing his freshman season due to injury, McLaughlin posted a 11-2 record in his collegiate debut season while Koh has gone 23-7 during his time in Cambridge.

Harvard returns 14 student-athletes from last seasons squad, losing three to graduation, while Gordon Michas makes his return to the team.
Way and the rest of the coaching staff have brought in three of the top freshman from around the world to strengthen an already solid line up.  Jack Cooper, Alexi Gosset and Ethan Shoihet will look to make an impact early on for the Crimson.

Related Link: Men's Squash Welcomes Class of 2019.

Harvard will begin its season next weekend at the Ivy Scrimmages held Nov. 14-15 at Yale.

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