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Women's Squash Repeats as Ivy Champs for First Time Since 2003

The Crimson swept Yale, Stanford, and Brown—which Harvard has now defeated 48 times in a row.

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Women's Squash Dispatches Trinity to Remain Undefeated

Coming off a weekend sweep against top-10 ranked Ivy League opponents Cornell and Columbia, the last two victims of the Crimson’s undefeated start, the Harvard women had momentum. Their winning streak continued on Wednesday, as the Crimson coasted to an 8-1 final decision over the Bantams.

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Women's Squash Sweeps No. 7 Cornell, No. 8 Columbia

​For most other sports teams, sweeping the weekend against two of the top eight teams in the nation would be celebrated as a huge accomplishment, or maybe even the highlight of a season. But the No. 1 Harvard women’s squash sees it as something to be expected.

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No. 1 Women's Squash Rolls Over Tufts

Previously undefeated No. 18 Tufts was outmatched by the reigning national champions, ending the Jumbo’s best opening run in past 15 years.

Pure Dominance
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Dreary Weather Does Little to Hold Back Spring Sports

As well as basketball players have shot, runners have sprinted, and swimmers have surged, nothing can match the dominance of the women’s squash team.

Pure Dominance
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Pure Dominance

The Crimson women’s squash team last suffered defeat more than two years ago. The date was Jan. 11, 2015. The final score was a tight 5-4. Since then, Harvard has won two national championships and seems poised to claim a third. Through five games so far, the women are still undefeated.

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Women's Squash Remains Undefeated After Victory at Stanford

Despite the strong start, the Crimson did not allow itself to let up against its foe from the West Coast. The two dropped sets by No. 7 Sophie Mehta and No. 9 MacGowan both went into tiebreakers. Other than those blemishes, Harvard came up with a thorough victory, up and down the lineup card.

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No. 1 Women's Squash Takes Two Top Five Matchups

Last weekend loomed as a threat to the Crimson’s reign, as the squad visited the No. 2 Quakers and No. 4 Princeton. But the threat never materialized, as Harvard dropped its first matches of the season but still dispatched Penn and the Tigers, 7-2 and 8-1, respectively.

Young is an Old Hand
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Young is an Old Hand

Junior Sue Ann Young reaches for a shot in a home matchup last season.

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Women's Squash Picks Up Sweep to Kick off Season

In the inaugural game of its campaign towards a third-straight national championship, the No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team not only earned the victory against No. 9 Dartmouth, but the squad posted a perfect score.

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Female Rookie of the Year Runner Up: Sabrina Sobhy

Coming onto the squash court just as her older sister exited Harvard, Sabrina made a name for herself in her first year.

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Women's Squash Competes at CSA Individual Championships

​As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. The Harvard women’s squash team sent five players to Stamford, Conn., over the weekend to compete in the CSA Individual Championships this pas weekend. The team, which had had a dominant, undefeated season, came away with neither the Ramsay Cup nor the Holleran Cup.

Another One
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Another One

Co-captain Saumya Karki, pictured in action at last year's Howe Cup matchup against Princeton, and the Crimson claimed its second consecutive CSA title thanks to a 5-4 victory over No.2 Penn.

Another One
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Back to Back: Women's Squash Earns CSA Title After Two Nail-Biter Victories

Not only did the Crimson finish the season as the only team in the nation to boast an undefeated record, it also brought home the Howe Cup for the second consecutive season after triumphs over three of the nation’s top programs.

Tutrone
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Tutrone

Junior Katherine Tutrone, shown during last year's national semifinals, picked up two wins this weekend as the Crimson secured the Ivy League title.