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Squash Wrap Up: Men's And Women's Squads Dominate

After victory after victory after victory, the squash season is over. Last weekend marked the end of the season for

W. Squash Beaten

What the women's squash team needs 'round about now is the fairy squash mother to give them a little good

Racquetwomen Lose, 6-3

On Saturday at the Howe Cup tournament in New Haven, the Princeton women's squash team proved that their 5-4 victory

Racquetmen Tally Two Wins

The beat goes on for the Harvard Men's squash team, which continued its road winning streak this weekend. The Crimson

Squash Teams Cruise To Easy Victories

MEDFORD--Imagine if Duke played Harvard in basketball. Ooops, they do. Well, imagine if Miami football travelled to Cambridge to face

Princeton Defeats Racquetwomen

The Harvard women's squash team relinquished all possibilities of maintaining its Ivy and national championship titles on Saturday afternoon, losing

Racquetmen Swat Orange And Black

Despite unusually cool courts and a raucous Tiger crowd, the Harvard men's squash team downed Princeton, 6-3, at Jadwin Gym

Raquetwomen Sweep Listless Bruins

In a fine collective effort, the undefeated Crimson women's squash team (3-0 overall, 1-0 Ivy) sent Brown (1-3 Ivy) home

The Clark Spark: An Uncommon Duo

Part two of a three-part series depicting the squash lives of Harvard squash siblings--the Greenhills, Clarks and Fraibergs You can't

W. Squash Hamstrung At Princeton Tourney

In squash's battle of the best, Harvard's four top women players shook hands with dissappointment this weekend. Co-Captains Stephanie Clark

Racquetmen Record Yet Another 9-0 Blanking

Last week, they dusted Brown. They toasted Trinity. And Saturday, the Harvard men's squash team (3-0 overall, 2-0 Ivy) closed

Racquetwomen Trying to Defend Title

They were supposed to lose last year to Princeton or to Yale because last year, rumor said they lacked their

Total Domination

The Harvard women's squash team, last year's national champions, started its season with a 9-0 blow-out of Bowdoin. Each Crimson

W. Booters' Strategy Stumbles, 2-1, in OT

An experimental new strategy to give the Harvard women's soccer team more offensive power didn't quite do the right stuff

Wednesday Part Two: Elis Ace Racquetmen for Title

Harvard Coach Steve Piltch called it "epic battle number two." Yale coach Dave Talbott called it "a once in a

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