Harvard finishes with a losing record for the first time since the 1946-47 campaign (Gil Talbot).
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The No. 6 Harvard men's squash team saw its season come to a close in the Potter Cup final consolation match, falling 7-2, to No. 5 Penn Sunday morning at the Brady Squash Center.
Harvard (6-7, 5-2) had topped then-ranked No. 1 Penn (11-6, 3-4 Ivy League) earlier this season on Jan. 9, 6-3, but the Quakers had the final say in the rematch, handing Harvard its first loss in the series since 1979 and snaps the Crimson's 36-match win streak against the Quakers.
Select members of the Crimson will return to the courts next weekend to compete in the CSA Individual Nationals March 4-6 in Stamford, Connecticut.
No. 1 David Ryan (H) def. Marwan Mahmoud - 3-0
No. 2 Hayes Murphy def. Bradley Smith (H) - 3-1
No. 3 Bryan Koh (H) def. Karim Tarek - 3-1
No. 4 Anders Larson def. Madhav Dhingra (H) -3-1
No. 5 Max Reed def. Dylan Murray (H) - 3-2
No. 6 Derek Hsue def. Alexi Gosset (H) - 3-1
No. 7 James Watson def. Seif Eleinen (H) - 3-2
No. 8 George Lemmon def. Mandela Patrick (H) - 3-1
No. 9 Tyler Odell def. Jack Cooper (H) - 3-0