Metha and Harvard's top flight on the women's team will all compete for the Ramsey Cup (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – 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.
- For up-to-date brackets and any related information on this year's tournament visit the official tournament page HERE.
- Live results will be offered free of charge by Club Locker.
Sobhy, ranked No. 2 in the CSA individual rankings, played all 10 of her matches at the No. 1 position, winning all but one contest. Sobhy will open against Penn's Marie Stephan, who played mostly at the No. 4 position for the Quakers this season.
Leonard posted a 10-1 mark in her freshman campaign, primarily playing at the No. 2 position. Leonard, ranked No. 5, will square off against George Washington's Anna Porras. Porras compiled a 13-5 mark for the Colonials, playing all 18 matches at the No. 1 position.
Mehta returns to the Ramsey Cup after posting a 10-2 mark in her sophomore campaign. Ranked No. 13, Mehta played at least one match in each position in the top flight, with most of her action coming at the No. 3 position. Metha will take the court against the reigning Ivy League Rookie of the Year in Princeton's Olivia Fiechter.
Sophie Mehta will compete in the Holleran A Division after posting an 11-1 mark in her freshman campaign, with most of her action coming at the No. 8 and No. 9 positions. Ranked No. 49, Mehta will face Penn's Haidi Lala, who competed mostly at the No. 7 position for the Quakers this season.
Dileas MacGowan makes her postseason debut after registering an 11-2 record in her junior campaign. MacGowan was versatile for the Crimson, competing at five different positions in the lineup, with most of her action coming at the No. 8 position. MacGowan will make her debut in the Holleran D Division against William's Hayley Parsons, who competed primarily at the No. 2 position for the Ephs.
Bryan Koh will be the lone representative for the men as he will take on Rochester's primary No. 1 in Mario Yanez. Koh finished with a 10-3 mark on the season, primarily playing at the No. 3 position, and was the lone member of the Crimson to amass double-digit wins on the season. Ranked No. 14 in the CSA individual rankings, Koh will be making his second-straight appearance in the Pool Trophy.