EMILY A. PEREIRA
Playing at the No. 1 position, senior Laura Gemmell, shown in earlier action, swept her opponent to help the women's squash team top Williams, 9-0.
After dropping the national title match to rival Yale last year, co-captain Nirasha Guruge and the Harvard women’s squash team will seek retribution when the CSA Team Championships come to Cambridge this weekend.
In her final regular season match, Harvard co-captain Nirasha Guruge, shown above in earlier action, defeated Yale co-captain Rhetta Nadas in four games, battling back from an early one-game deficit to grab the win. Guruge was one of five Crimson players to grab victories on Sunday.
Co-captain Devan Kennifer, shown above in earlier action, turned in two strong offensive performance for the Harvard women’s water polo team, notching seven goals in the Crimson’s 15-14 loss to Iona and two in Harvard’s 13-1 win over Villanova, both on Saturday.
Battling back pain, junior Laura Gemmell, shown here in previous action, still managed to win both of her weekend contests playing at the No. 2 spot. The former national champion remains perfect on the year.
Co-captain Nirasha Guruge, shown above in earlier action, and the Harvard women’s squash team captured a decisive 8-1 win over Trinity on Saturday, preserving the Crimson’s undefeated record and No. 1 ranking in the country. Guruge grabbed a 3-0 win for the Crimson at the No. 3 spot.
Laura Gemmell, shown here in earlier action, coasted to a 3-0 victory, helping No. 1 Harvard to a 5-4 win on Saturday. With the victory, the Crimson pushed its record to 9-0 on the year.
Co-captain Nirasha Guruge, shown above in earlier action, and the Harvard women’s squash team did not drop a single match this weekend. Despite playing a demanding number of games, the Crimson came out on top in each of its matchups, 9-0. Junior Laura Gemmell played her only match of the weekend against No. 15 Amherst, downing her opponent in three straight sets.