No. 1 Women’s Squash Readies for Matchup with No. 3 Trinity

Eleonore Evans lunges to strike the ball
Eleonore Evans is a perfect 10-0 on the season. (Photo/Erica Denhoff)

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Top-ranked Harvard women's squash (10-0, 4-0 Ivy) is set to face off with third-ranked Trinity College in a 2019 national championship rematch. The contest will be played at 5 p.m., Wednesday night at the Kellner Squash Center.

This will be Harvard's sixth matchup with a team ranked in the CSA top-10. The Crimson has won its past 23 true road matches, including its past five on Trinity's home courts.

Harvard leads the all-time series with the Bantams, 40-12, including wins in its past eight contests.

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What to Know

  • The Crimson added to their CSA-record 76-match win streak this past weekend, with victories over Virginia, Williams and Middlebury.
  • Senior co-captain Amelia Henley is unbeaten on the season and is on an individual 45-match win streak.
  • Senior co-captain Gina Kennedy has won 33-consecutive matchups in dual-match play.
  • Eleonore Evans and Hannah Craig hold perfect 10-0 records this season.
  • Harvard has posted a combined individual record of 82-8 in 2019-20.

Leading the Way
Mike Way, the Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Harvard University and James Herscot '58 Coach of Excellence, is in his 10th season as the head coach for both men's and women's squash. Way is coming off a historic 2018-19 season in which both his teams won the Ivy League and national title. In addition, Way coached the individual national champion in each division. Victor Crouin won the Pool Trophy and Gina Kennedy earned her second Ramsay Cup a year ago.

Next Up
The Crimson will look to clinch at least a share of the Ivy League title this weekend, as it hosts Brown on Friday at the Murr Center Squash Courts and then travels to Yale for a Sunday showdown with the Bulldogs. Match times are slated for 6 p.m. and 1 p.m., respectively. Both matches will be streamed live on ESPN3.