Travelling to New York to face off against Ivy rivals Cornell and Columbia, the women's squash team came away with two decisive victories over the weekend.
Tutrone, seen in action against Princeton on March 14th, defeated Trinity’s Anna Kimberley on Thursday, earning her fourth victory at her position.
The No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team (6-0, 3-0 Ivy League) downed No. 5 Trinity (7-3, 0-0 NESCAC) 7-2 in its first away game of 2016 at the Kellner Squash Center in Hartford, C.T.
The Crimson women swept its opponent Monday afternoon, while the men fell by one set.
Another day, another top three opponent humbled. Just 24 hours after defeating No. 2 Penn, the No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team cruised past No. 3 Princeton, 9-0, at the Murr Center Squash Courts on Sunday.
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.
The Harvard women's squash team continued to demonstrate its dominance, sweeping the Big Green, 9-0.
The No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team brought the excitement and energy to the Murr Center in its season opener, defeating No. 9 Stanford, 8-1, for the 11th-straight time at the Boston Round-Robins.
Both teams made the finals in their first tournament of the year.
If the life of Amanda Sobhy appears to be hectic, that is because it is. But with a packed schedule has come impressive results.
Throughout her career at Harvard, Sobhy went undefeated, dropping a total of two sets in the span of four years.
In her time with the Crimson, senior Amanda Sobhy helped lead the Harvard squad to three national titles and two Ancient Eight crowns.
Senior Amanda Sobhy concluded her career with her fourth-straight CSA individual national championships, becoming only the second women's squash player to do so.