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Senior Amanda Sobhy, depicted in the team championship on Feb. 15, capped her collegiate run with her fourth individual national title on Sunday, bringing her undefeated Harvard career to a close.
Senior Amanda Sobhy, the top-ranked player in the country, became the second player in history to win her fourth Ramsay Cup title as the individual national champion of collegiate squash on Sunday.
Over the weekend, the No. 1 Harvard Women's Squash became national champions as they defeated No. 3 Trinity for the Howe Cup. Senior Amanda Sobhy had one of three sweeps on the day for the Crimson, and is undefeated in her career at Harvard.
Senior Julianne Chu earned a sweep in the Crimson's 7-2 championship victory over Trinity.
The Harvard women's squash team captured its 15th national championship in program history with a 7-2 victory over Trinity on Sunday.
The No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team (13-1, 3-1 Ivy) brought home the Howe Cup as the national champion after defeating No. 3 Trinity (17-2), 7-2, at the Barnaby Courts in the Murr Center on Sunday.
No. 3 Harvard women’s squash finished off the regular season with a winning streak, topping No. 5 Yale on Friday at the Murr Center and No. 11 Brown on Sunday at the Kate Brodsky Squash Pavilion.
The No. 3 Harvard women's squash team continued their winning streak, defeating the undefeated defending champions Trinity.
No. 3 Harvard women's squash extended their four game winning streak by upsetting previously undefeated No.1 Trinity.
The Crimson dropped just one game over the entire weekend, picking up convincing wins over No. 6 Cornell, No. 9 Columbia, and No. 10 Stanford at the Murr Center.
On Monday, the No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team bounced back from its first loss of the season with a 9-0 sweep of No. 13 Franklin and Marshall in a nonconference match in Lancaster, Pa.
On Sunday, the Harvard women’s squash team did something it had not done in almost a year—lose a match.
After not losing a game in over a year, the Harvard men’s squash team (1-2, 1-0 Ivy) fell twice this weekend on the road in New York, falling to No. 2 St. Lawrence Saturday and No. 5 University of Rochester on Sunday. The No. 1 Crimson women (2-0, 1-0 Ivy), meanwhile, cruised at home against Boston College.
The Harvard men's squash team beat Dartmouth, 7-2, while the Crimson women did not concede a single game to the Big Green.