Six-hundred ninety days—that’s how long it’s been since the Harvard women’s squash team (5-0, 3-0 Ivy) last lost a match.
The Crimson squad was the only crew of seven to go undefeated by the end of the dual meets at the Sacred Heart Invitational this weekend.
The women’s College Squash Association has just released its preseason individual rankings for the 2010-11 season, and the results look very promising for the undefeated Harvard squash team (5-0, 3-0 Ivy). The rankings, which cite the top 100 players, were compiled using the 2009-10 women’s final individual rankings as well as coach’s estimations of their players and their team’s line-ups.
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The Harvard women’s squash squad is off to a stellar start this season—it’s currently ranked No. 1 in the nation, and the women have not dropped a single match in their three 9-0 victories against Brown, Stanford, and Williams.
Yale wasn’t the only Ivy League opponent bested by Harvard this weekend.
How can you top an undefeated season, a national title, and an Ancient Eight crown? The women’s squash team has the answer.
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Crimson women's volleyball split its weekend, conquering Brown, 3-2, but falling to Yale in three sets.
With its 3-2 loss to Dartmouth, the Harvard women’s soccer team may have just missed its shot at a three-peat ...
Building on last weekend’s victory at the Captain Hurst Bowl Regatta, the Harvard sailing team continued to execute at three regattas over the weekend. The Sherman Hoyt and Oberg Trophies tested the Crimson’s mettle while the Women’s Stu Nelson Trophy was ideal preparation for an upcoming event.
Planning on attending the 127th playing of The Game this year? Don’t forget to pick up a ticket!
In the wake of their successful collegiate squash careers, former Crimson athletes Gregory Lee ’87 and Russell Ball ’88 have recently announced Harvard’s 11th endowed coaching position.
With five regattas and an invitational in only four days, the Harvard sailing team certainly had its hands busy this past week. Despite failing to capture a first-place team finish for the first time in four weeks, the Crimson had impressive showings both in the Boston area and in Connecticut en route to capturing four top-10 finishes.
Who knew that having a national sports title could pay off so well?