For the third straight season, Harvard women's squash claimed the Howe Cup.
Now in his 11th season of coaching the Harvard women’s golf team and his third season with the men's team, Kevin Rhoads has accomplished far more with both programs than his predecessors.
In its final conference competition of the season, the Harvard men's golf team fell behind Princeton and UPenn to take home third at the Ivy League Championships.
The Harvard men’s golf team took fifth place in the Seahawk Intercollegiate Tournament hosted by University of North Carolina Wilmington to open up the spring slate of competition for the Crimson.
Looking to repeat its 2014 national championship, the men's squash team came in third in this year's competition.
With wins over Yale and Brown this weekend, the third-ranked Crimson claimed the conference crown outright for the second consecutive season.
After ending the fall semester with a 1-3 record, No. 6 ranked Harvard men’s squash team (6-2, 5-0 Ivy) came back this semester with five straight wins against competitors ranked in the top 11 in the nation.
After not losing a game in over a year, the Harvard men’s squash team (1-2, 1-0 Ivy) fell twice this weekend on the road in New York, falling to No. 2 St. Lawrence Saturday and No. 5 University of Rochester on Sunday. The No. 1 Crimson women (2-0, 1-0 Ivy), meanwhile, cruised at home against Boston College.
The Harvard men's squash team beat Dartmouth, 7-2, while the Crimson women did not concede a single game to the Big Green.
With two podium finishes and multiple falls registered, the Crimson had a strong performance on the day.
The Harvard men's golf team placed eighth out of 11 teams in its fall season opener at the University of Michigan.
In last year’s season, the Harvard men’s golf team turned heads after winning two tournaments during the spring season and clinching third place in the Ivy League tournament.
Dylan Murray already had a decorated squash career before he ever stepped onto a Harvard court. The five-time U.S. Junior National Champion and three-time Boy’s U19 U.S. National title-holder was also a 2013 WSF Men’s World Team Championship member.
When co-captain Brandon McLaughlin stepped onto the exhibition squash court at the CSA Team Championships, the Harvard men’s squash team only needed one more match to claim the national title.
Last year, then-junior Ali Farag ended his season early when St. Lawrence’s Amr Khaled Khalifa unseated Farag in the semifinals of the CSA Individual Championships in five games. However, this year the senior was able to reclaim his title as collegiate squash’s national champion in a 3-1 victory over the same opponent.
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