Ryan eanred his second-straight win at the No. 1 position (Gil Talbot).
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - With a chance to earn a share of the Ivy League title on the line, No. 6 men's squash fell at Yale, 6-3, Sunday afternoon at the Brady Squash Center.
The loss snaps Harvard's (5-5, 5-2 Ivy League) three-match win streak, it's longest of the season. The Crimson needed a win to share the Ivy League title with Yale (12-2, 7-0 Ivy League), but the Bulldogs earned its first win over Harvard since the 2012 season to win the outright title.
David Ryan and Dylan Murray earned a pair of sweeps for the Crimson. Ryan picked up his fourth win of the season at the No. 1 position, while Murray earned his fifth at the No. 5 spot. Bryan Koh battled from being two games down to earn his seventh triumph of the season.
Harvard will have a week off before returning to New Haven for the CSA Team National Championship Feb. 26-28.
No. 1 David Ryan (H) def. Zachary Leman – 3-0
No. 2 Thomas Dembinski def. Bradley Smith (H) – 3-1
No. 3 Bryan Koh (H) def. Sam Fenwick - 3-2
No. 4 Kah Wah Cheong def. Madhav Dhingra (H) – 3-0
No. 5 Dylan Murray (H) def. Thomas Kingshott – 3-0
No. 6 Max Martin def. Devin McLaughlin (H) – 2-0
No. 7 Liam McClintock def. Alexi Gosset (H) – 3-2
No. 8 Liam McClintock def. Seif Eleinen (H) – 3-0
No. 9 Arjun Kochhar def. Mandela Patrick (H) – 3-1