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Men's Squash

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Men's Squash

One Last Ride: Male Athlete of the Year, Runner-Up

In his final year, men's squash co-captain David Ryan could not captain his class or team to a national championship. Or so he thought.

Fronthand Backhand
Men's Squash

Fronthand Backhand

David Ryan swings away. This weekend the co-captain headlined six Harvard semifinalists as select members of the Harvard men's and women's squash teams competed at George Washington University at the individual national championships.

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Men's Squash

Men's Squash Co-Captain David Ryan Wins CSA Individual National Title

On a weekend where six Harvard athletes made it to the national semifinals, the Dublin native saved two championship points to capture the 36th men’s title in program history with a 12-10 fifth-game victory.

Going Down Swinging
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Going Down Swinging

Sophomore Sean Hughes fell in two breakers in his championship match against Trinity, emblematic of Harvard’s close, but eventually losing effort against the Bantams, which were the top-ranked team in the nation going into the championship weekend.

Going Down Swinging
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Men’s Squash Grabs Silver at National Championships

Facing the raucous crowds of Trinity, No. 3 Harvard men’s squash squared off with the defending national champions for the Potter Cup. The team defeated Penn and upset Columbia before falling to Trinity (20-0) in the final.

Up in the Air
Men's Squash

Up in the Air

After falling just short of an Ivy League title, men's squash looks toward Trinity and the national championship.

Up in the Air
Men's Squash

BRIEF: No. 3 Men's Squash Wins Twice but Loses out on Ivy Title

Harvard took care of business this weekend, but second-ranked Columbia controlled its own destiny and likewise won twice, capturing the Ivy League crown in the process.

Down to the Wire
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Down to the Wire

Men's squash picked up another 9-0 victory against Princeton, but against Penn on Sunday the team had to scrape together a 5-4 decision.

Down to the Wire
Men's Squash

No. 3 Men's Squash Maintains Winning Ways against Princeton, Penn

Hosting top-ten opponents Princeton and Penn, Harvard recorded two distinct victories over the weekend—one a blowout, and one a nail-biter that came down to the ninth and final individual match.

Eye on the Ball
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Eye on the Ball

Men's squash continued in its dominance over non-conference opponents this past weekend.

Eye on the Ball
Men's Squash

BRIEF: No. 3 Men's Squash Coasts Past Pair of Ranked Foes

Facing off against non-conference opponents No. 8 Rochester and No. 12 Drexel, the Crimson extended its streak of 9-0 victories to three consecutive matches.

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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.

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.

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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.

You Madhav, Bro?
Men's Squash

You Madhav, Bro?

Madhav Dhingra, now a junior, lunges for a shot in a 2015 match against Trinity.

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