Sophomore Amanda Sobhy, shown above in previous action, won her second straight national title Sunday by besting Trinity’s Kanzy El Defrawy, 11-4, 11-5, 12-10. Sobhy did not drop a game in her five weekend matches.
Sophomore Amanda Sobhy, shown above in previous action, clinched the Harvard women’s squash team’s second consecutive national title by defeating her Trinity opponent, Kanzy El Defraway, 11-8, 11-7, 11-8, just over a week after El Defraway dealt Sobhy her first game loss in collegiate competition.
Junior Kalley Armstrong, shown above in previous action, scored the Harvard women's hockey team's only goal in a 3-1 loss to Clarkson Friday. The loss was the Crimson's first since falling to BU, 2-1, Nov. 18.
It was a great year for Harvard squash, who had two newcomers—sophomore Ali Farag and freshman Amanda Sobhy, win the men’s and women’s CSA Individual Championships, respectively, in March. Both swept four straight opponents by a 3-0 score on route to the finals, where Sobhy defeated the reigning champion, Yale’s Millie Tomlinson, and Farag knocked off Columbia’s Ramit Tandon to take the titles. The championships capped undefeated seasons for Farag and Sobhy, while the latter earned a second title when the Crimson’s women’s squash squad won the CSA National Team Championship.
Sophomore wing Wesley Saunders, shown above in earlier action, played a critical role on both ends of the court in the Harvard men's basketball team's victory at Cal on Saturday night. In addition to posting 18 points, Saunders defended the Bears' top scorer.