Like tennis, squash players have to be prepared to make in-game racquet switches.
Brownell has experimented with new shoe models after his familiar pair was discontinued after high school.
Brownell's bag is well-organized to accommodate his numerous needs throughout practice and games.
Brownell carries a small notebook in his bag to visually prepare and script out his upcoming matches.
Due to the unpredictable match start times, Brownell always carries around a few snacks to maintain his energy.
Junior Timothy Brownell, a top three player for the Harvard men's squash team, packs an assortment of essential gear in his bag.
Sophomore Matt Freese will be going pro, as the goalkeeper signed with the Philadelphia Union on Friday.
Freese, pictured above, played in 16 games over his two seasons with the Crimson, accumulating 77 saves.
The Crimson converted 11 threes in the contest, but a dominant individual 35-point performance from Northeastern's Jordan Roland proved to be the difference.
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