CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The top-ranked Harvard men's squash team (8-0) prepares for crucial conference road matchups, beginning with No. 8 Princeton (4-5) on Feb. 2 at noon and then No. 3 Penn (10-1) on Feb. 3, which will take place at Drexel at 1 p.m. The Princeton match will be broadcast on ESPN+ with no coverage provided for the clash with the Quakers.
How to Follow:
ESPN+ - Princeton
Twitter – @HarvardSquash
What to Know:
- Harvard currently holds a six-game win streak against Princeton and leads the all-time series, 61-26.
- The Crimson also lead the all-time series against Penn, 76-3, last beating them in the CSA Team Championship, 7-2.
- First-year Marwan Tarek currently owns a seven-game win streak. All of his matches have ended in a 3-0 decision.
- Junior Timothy Brownell has locked down the third spot for the Crimson, winning all five of his matches at the position this season.
At The Helm:
Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Harvard University Mike Way is in his ninth season as the leader of the Crimson. Way surpassed the 100-win mark last season and sports an impressive four Ivy titles, one Potter Cup and three individual national championships under his regime.
The Crimson return home for a mid-week matchup against rival No. 2 Trinity on Feb. 6 at 5 p.m. The match will broadcast on ESPN+.