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Jackson M. Reynolds

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Men's Squash

Men's Squash Sweeps Western Ontario at Home

Nearly a week after suffering its first defeat of the season to No. 4 Columbia, No. 2 Harvard men’s squash bounced back in dominant fashion. Eight of the nine matches played over the weekend were quick three-game sweeps.

Eyes on the Prize
Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis Drops Two, Defeats Howard in Three-Match Weekend

Despite promising results from captain Annika Ringblom and sophomores Jenna Friedel and Irene Lu, the Crimson dropped two out of three matches in Washington, D.C.

Men's Squash

Men's Squash Sweeps Cornell, Records First-Ever Loss against Columbia

Just one day after strolling to an easy 9-0 win at Cornell, Harvard suffered its first defeat of the 2017-2018 season at the hands of a fellow Ancient Eight competitor in No. 4 Columbia, 5-4.

Men's Squash

Men's Squash Blanks No. 3 St. Lawrence

Against a St. Lawrence team that had already racked up wins against Ivy League rivals No. 7 Princeton and No. 5 Penn, the Crimson squashed its opponent. In three games, opposing teams have yet to earn a single match against the No. 2 ranked Harvard.

Women's Tennis

Women’s Tennis Competes in the ITA Northeast Regional Championships

The Harvard women’s tennis team competed in the ITA Northeast Regional Championships in Philadelphia, Pa over the weekend. The most impressive play from Crimson team was doubles pair Ringblom and Li, who reached the semifinals.

Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis Dominates Harvard Fall Scramble

Facing off against Middlebury, Seton Hall, and the University of Rhode Island, over the weekend, the Harvard women’s tennis team dominated its opponents across the board at home in the Beren Tennis Center during the Harvard Fall Scramble.

College

Women's Tennis Posts Strong Performance at Yale Bulldog Invitational

There was no haven to be found. And yet, they persevered, putting forth strong performances against productive players. Competing against relatively familiar competition at the Yale Bulldog invitational in Brown, Dartmouth, and UMass Amherst, the Harvard women’s tennis team continued to grind its way through the early portion of their fall season.

Women's Tennis

BRIEF: Oosterhout and Gonzalez Represent Women's Tennis on Gold Coast

The junior Oosterhout competed in singles, while the sophomore Gonzalez joined her for doubles play.

You Madhav, Bro?
Men's Squash

Winners' Court: Team of the Year, Runner-Up

Although Harvard men's squash fell just short of a national championship, the team posted its strongest season since an undefeated 2014 campaign.

Jacks of all Trades
Sports Features

Team Managers Form an Indispensable Part of Harvard Athletics

For the Crimson’s baseball, basketball, cross country, squash, women’s tennis, track and field, and water polo teams, student managers are an integral cog in the machine.

Men's Squash

Abouaish, Gosset Compete for Men's Squash at Individual Nationals

The duo posted strong results, as Abouaish placed in the fifth to eighth place range in his division, while Gosset claimed victory in the consolation bracket after losing his first-round matchup to Dartmouth sophomore Carson Spahr, 11-8, 11-4, 11-3.

Retribution Round
Men's Squash

Men's Squash Bests Columbia and Yale, Falls to Trinity in National Championship

The Harvard men's squash team lost a close match to No.1 Trinity, claiming silver in the National Championship after a 8-1 victory over Yale and 5-4 win against Columbia.

Men's Squash

No. 1 Men's Squash Win Ivy Title After Downing Brown, Yale

Harvard claimed sole possession of the Ancient Eight title by defeating No. 8 Yale, 5-4, and posting its second undefeated Ivy season in the past three years. Earlier in the weekend, the Crimson had clinched at least a share of the title after its 8-1 win over No. 20 Brown.

Hopes Squashed
Men's Squash

Men's Squash Drops Close Match, Records First Loss

With the first and second teams in the nation facing off against one another at the Murr Center on Wednesday, expectations of a hard-fought battle arose. The No. 1 Crimson and No. 2 Trinity delivered that much and more.

Men's Squash

Men's Squash Steamrolls No. 3 Columbia, No. 11 Cornell

Still undefeated on the season, the Crimson (9-0, 5-0 Ivy League) solidified its position at the top with dominating victories over No. 3 Columbia (9-2, 4-1) and No. 11 Cornell (6-8, 1-4) in its first home stand of the year.

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