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Sports Briefs

Men's Squash's Koh Finishes Season at the CSA Individual Championships

In its final competitive action of the season, Harvard men’s squash sent just one member, junior co-captain Bryan Koh, to compete in the Pool Division of the CSA Individual National Championships.

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Men's Squash Finishes Sixth at CSA National Championships

Although the Crimson (6-7, 5-4 Ivy League) followed up a first round defeat with a solid win against No. 7 Dartmouth to reach the consolation finals, it was ultimately unable to completely recover, as a 7-2 loss to No. 5 Penn on Sunday earned the squad a sixth place finish at the CSA National Team Championships

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Men's Squash Falls to Yale, Beats Brown in Ivy League Clashes

Starting the weekend at home in Cambridge, the Crimson soundly defeated the No.16 Brown Bears before losing a heartbreaker against No. 2 Yale Bulldogs.

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Men's Squash Picks Up Two Victories in New York

​Brimming with confidence after a victory against No. 8 Columbia, 5-4, on Saturday ended its three match losing streak, No. 7 the Harvard men’s squash team carried its momentum over to its match against No. 12 Cornell to close out the weekend.

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No. 3 Men's Squash Falls to No. 1 Trinity

Needing a spark to keep their season going after two consecutive losses against top-10 opponents, Harvard men’s squash looked to end No. 1 ranked Trinity College’s perfect 13-0 start to the season on Thursday in Hartford, Conn.

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Men's Squash Drops Tight Contest Against No.5 Rochester

The Crimson lost in a close 5-4 decision to the Yellowjackets, ending its stretch at the Murr Center with a two-win, two-loss split.

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Harvard Women's Squash Remains Unbeaten Against St. Lawrence, Men Drop Match

The Crimson women swept its opponent Monday afternoon, while the men fell by one set.

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Men's Squash Sweeps Princeton To Climb Above .500

With his well-placed rail that forced a tin by his opponent on a volley drop attempt to end the match, freshman Alexi Gosset polished off a decisive Harvard victory over No. 11 Princeton on Sunday at the Murr Center.

Starting Off Strong
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Men's, Women's Squash Hand Penn First Loss of Season

​The No. 5 Harvard men’s squash team and No. 1 women’s team started off 2016 with Ivy League play against No. 1 and No. 2 Penn, respectively. The teams returned to the Murr Center after a couple of weeks of rest on Saturday, and both came out strong against their Ivy League rival, picking up identical 6-3 wins.

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Squash Teams Kick Off Season At Ivy Scrimmages

Both teams made the finals in their first tournament of the year.

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Ryan, Men's Squash Compete at CSA Individual Championships

The Crimson sent three players to the CSA Individual Championships, including freshman David Ryan, who made it as far as the semifinals.

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Men's Squash Falls Short of National Championship

Looking to repeat its 2014 national championship, the men's squash team came in third in this year's competition.

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Holy Trinity

Co-captain Tyler Olson and the rest of the Harvard men’s squash team could not quite get the job done against top-ranked Trinity, falling 6-3. Olson’s five-game loss on Tuesday was his first of the season.

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Men's Squash Falls Short Against Top-Ranked Trinity, 6-3

Entering Tuesday’s contest against Trinity, the Harvard men’s squash team looked to carry the momentum of an undisputed Ivy League championship, secured last weekend with victories over Brown and archrival Yale, into another big win.