ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

  • Senior Essay: J. Reed Endresen
    July 14, 2011
    Senior Essay: J. Reed Endresen The track on an unbearably hot September afternoon, the intimidating size of the football stadium steps, maxing out in early morning lifts, and that’s just preseason! Four years at Harvard pass rather quickly. What may seem an eternity to some, passed in the blink of an eye. A few years ago, a young naïve freshman walked into Coach Weiss’s office not knowing what to expect. The only thought echoing through his head was the desire to wrestle. Yes, that brief time ago, I was that freshman, and since then, I have never regretted it. Sure, athletics at Harvard is no easy task. There are ups and downs, highs and lows, but no one gets by that easy. Especially not a wrestler. We’re a different breed, and by no means sane. We sacrifice the comforts of life to do what we love. Harvard wrestling has only solidified that, and it has staked its claim in who I am. I’ve had teammates from across the country, recruits and walk-ons. Every one of them has become a member of my family. Harvard wrestling does more than provide a family atmosphere; so again, I reiterate Harvard wrestling is my family. No matter the adversity or the difficulties I’ve faced, Harvard wrestling has been there to push me through it. My teammates have held me up, and my coaches have had my back. To give a better grasp on how much the program has meant to me over these past four years, I’d like to include an excerpt from my senior banquet speech: But I hope I’ve done merely benefit from the support here. I’m going to quote a little bit of Scripture because it’s part of who I am. Jesus says, “This is my commandment: love one another as I love you. No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” Every time I have stepped out on the mat, I have done it for each and every one of you. I love this sport, and I love this team. Every match, every practice, every day, I’ve tried to give it my all for you whether that included correcting papers, working out, or just an open ear and an open heart. Harvard wrestling has and always will maintain a very special place in my heart. These four years, I have given it my all just to wear a singlet for this university. The chance to compete here as a Harvard athlete is a truly unique experience. The reality of Harvard athletics has been a vivid dream, and I hope many more have a chance to don the crimson and white.
  • Senior Reflections: The Harvard Athletic Experience
    June 21, 2011
    Senior Reflections: The Harvard Athletic Experience Harvard Crimson student-athletes reflect back on their Harvard experiences.
  • Gary Power Selected as CSA All-America
    April 22, 2011
    Gary Power Selected as CSA All-America Harvard men’s squash freshman, Gary Power, has been selected to the College Squash Association All-America first-team. Power, who finished the season ranked as the No. 7 individual in college squash, is joined on the squad by nine of the best players in the nation.
  • Season Recap: Harvard Men's Squash
    April 21, 2011
    Season Recap: Harvard Men's Squash Mike Way, the Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Squash at Harvard University, sat down with GoCrimson.com to discuss his first season at the helm of the Crimson. Topics discussed included the shifting of momentum mid-season, the performance of standout individuals and a look towards next season.
  • Harvard Squash Announces Hiring of Reg Schonborn as Assistant Coach
    April 07, 2011
    Harvard Squash Announces Hiring of Reg Schonborn as Assistant Coach Regardt Schonborn has joined the Crimson coaching staff after spending the past five years coaching at his alma mater Trinity. Schoborn, who was integral in the recruiting, training and fundraising with the Bantams, brings a wealth of squash experience to Cambridge.
  • Men’s and Women’s Squash Gives Out Year-End Awards
    March 28, 2011
    Men’s and Women’s Squash Gives Out Year-End Awards The Harvard men’s and women’s squash teams held their year-end banquet Saturday evening, recognizing six student-athletes.
  • Power Selected to the All-Ivy League Squash Team
    March 24, 2011
    Power Selected to the All-Ivy League Squash Team Freshman Gary Power has been selected to the 2011 Men’s Squash All-Ivy League team. Power joins eight other players on the squad that was released by the League office Thursday.
  • Koh Falls in Semifinals of CSA Individual National Championship
    March 06, 2011
    Koh Falls in Semifinals of CSA Individual National Championship As the final day the 2011 CSA Individual National Championship were coming to an end Harvard’s Nigel Koh took on Omar Sobhy in a match that would send the winner to the championship of the Molloy division. Unfortunately, for Harvard and Koh, Sobhy earned that right, winning the semifinals match, 3-1.
  • Koh Reaches Semifinals of Molloy Division at CSA National Individual Championship
    March 05, 2011
    Koh Reaches Semifinals of Molloy Division at CSA National Individual Championship Harvard men’s squash freshman, Nigel Koh, has reached the final four in the Molloy division at the 2011 CSA Individual National Championship.
  • Power Defeated in Round of 16 at CSA Individual National Championship
    March 04, 2011
    Power Defeated in Round of 16 at CSA Individual National Championship The Harvard men’s squash team was represented by four players in the Pool (A) division and three in the Molloy (B) division at the 2011 CSA Individual National Championship.
  • Harvard Squash Set for 2011 CSA Individual National Championships
    March 03, 2011
    Harvard Squash Set for 2011 CSA Individual National Championships The Harvard men’s and women’s squash teams will head to Hanover, N.H. to compete at the 2011 CSA National Individual Championships. Dartmouth will serve as the host of the three-day event that begins Fri., March 4.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Wins Consolation Finals, Downs No. 5 Cornell, 5-4
    February 27, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Wins Consolation Finals, Downs No. 5 Cornell, 5-4 As the 2011 CSA Men’s National Team Championship came to a conclusion Sunday, the No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team finished play off with a victory in the consolation finals. The Crimson went 2-1 in the Potter Cup division with wins over No. 7 Dartmouth and No. 5 Cornell.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Defeats No. 7 Dartmouth, 8-1
    February 26, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Defeats No. 7 Dartmouth, 8-1 The No. 6 Harvard men's squash team downed No. 7 Dartmouth, 8-1, Saturday afternoon. The Crimson will play No. 5 Cornell Sunday in the third-place match of the Potter Cup division.
  • Watch Men's Squash CSA Team Championship on GoCrimson.com
    February 25, 2011
    Watch Men's Squash CSA Team Championship on GoCrimson.com The No. 6 Harvard men's squash team will host the 2011 CSA Men's National Team Championships Feb. 25-27 with the Murr Center Squash Courts serving as the epicenter of the action this weekend. Other area courts will also be used.
  • No. 3 Princeton Defeats No. 6 Men's Squash at CSA National Team Championship
    February 25, 2011
    No. 3 Princeton Defeats No. 6 Men's Squash at CSA National Team Championship The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team was downed, 8-1, by No. 3 Princeton in the first round of the 2011 CSA Men’s National Team Championship.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Readies for CSA National Team Championships
    February 23, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Readies for CSA National Team Championships The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team will take on No. 3 Princeton in the first round of the 2011 CSA Men’s National Team Championship Feb. 25. Harvard will serve as the host of the event, with the Murr Center Squash Courts serving as the epicenter of the action this weekend.
  • Senior Perspective: J. Reed Endresen
    February 22, 2011
    Senior Perspective: J. Reed Endresen Harvard men's squash senior captain, J. Reed Endresen talked with GoCrimson.com about his four years with Harvard squash, the Cambridge area and post-graduate plans.
  • 2011 CSA Men's Team Championship to be Streamed Live
    February 21, 2011
    2011 CSA Men's Team Championship to be Streamed Live The College Squash Association, in conjunction with Harvard University Athletics, will be providing a free stream of the 2011 CSA Men’s National Team Championship.
  • No. 2 Yale Downs No. 6 Men's Squash, 7-2
    February 12, 2011
    No. 2 Yale Downs No. 6 Men's Squash, 7-2 The No. 6 Harvard men's squash team dropped its season finale to No. 2 Yale Saturday evening, 7-2. Yale clinched at least a share of the Ivy League title with the win.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Hosts No. 2 Yale in Season Finale Saturday
    February 11, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Hosts No. 2 Yale in Season Finale Saturday The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team hosts Yale Saturday afternoon in the final regular-season match for both teams.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Falls to No. 1 Trinty, 6-3
    February 09, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Falls to No. 1 Trinty, 6-3 The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team tested No. 1 Trinity early and often, but the Bantams were able to come away with a 6-3 win over the Crimson. Trinity extends its win streak to 239 matches, while the Crimson fell to 7-4 this season.
  • No. 3 Princeton Defeats No. 6 Harvard Men's Squash, 7-2
    February 06, 2011
    No. 3 Princeton Defeats No. 6 Harvard Men's Squash, 7-2 The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team fell to 3-2 in Ivy League play and 7-3 overall after falling to No. 3 Princeton, 7-2. The loss eliminated the Crimson from contention for the Ivy League title.
  • No. 6 Harvard Men's Squash Downs No. 10 Penn, 8-1
    February 05, 2011
    No. 6 Harvard Men's Squash Downs No. 10 Penn, 8-1 The Harvard men’s squash team was tested from top-to-bottom against No. 10 Penn, but the Crimson held its ground and captured an 8-1 victory. The win improves Harvard’s record to 7-2, 3-1 in the Ivy League.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Visits No. 10 Penn and No. 3 Princeton This Weekend
    February 04, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Visits No. 10 Penn and No. 3 Princeton This Weekend The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team will visit two Ivy League foes this weekend as it travels to No. 10 Penn and No. 3 Princeton. The two matches represent the final road matches that the Crimson is slated to play this season.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Dominates No. 21 Hamilton
    January 29, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Dominates No. 21 Hamilton The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team earned its second victory of the weekend as the Crimson defeated No. 21 Hamilton, 9-0. All nine matches where decided by 3-0 scores in Harvard’s favor.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Sweeps No. 14 St. Lawrence
    January 28, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Sweeps No. 14 St. Lawrence The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team won its first match of the weekend sweeping No. 14 St. Lawrence, 9-0, Friday night. The Crimson only lost one set the entire match against the Saints as eight Harvard student-athletes won their individual matches 3-0.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Set for Two-Match Road Trip this Weekend
    January 27, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Set for Two-Match Road Trip this Weekend The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team will take its talents on the road this weekend as it travels to No. 14 St. Lawrence and No. 21 Hamilton Jan. 28 and 29, respectively.
  • Men's & Women's Squash vs. Trinity Postponed Due To Weather
    January 26, 2011
    Men's & Women's Squash vs. Trinity Postponed Due To Weather The men's and women's squash matches against Trinity College, originally scheduled for Wednesday night, January 26, have been postponed due to the impending snowstorm forecasted for the Boston area.
  • No. 1 Trinity Visits No. 6 Men's Squash Wednesday
    January 25, 2011
    No. 1 Trinity Visits No. 6 Men's Squash Wednesday The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team hosts No. 1 Trinity Wednesday at the Barnaby Courts. Trinity brings an 8-0 season record to Cambridge, while the Crimson is 4-2.
  • No. 6 Men’s Squash Downs No. 8 Western Ontario
    January 13, 2011
    No. 6 Men’s Squash Downs No. 8 Western Ontario The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team took to the courts for the first time since Dec. 5 and captured an 8-1 victory over No. 8 Western Ontario. The match, played in Toronto at the Canada National Squash Academy, improved the Crimson to 4-2 on the season.
  • No. 6 Men's Squash Travels to Toronto to Face No. 8 Western Ontario
    January 12, 2011
    No. 6 Men's Squash Travels to Toronto to Face No. 8 Western Ontario The No. 6 Harvard men's squash team heads north of the border in their first contest of the 2011 calendar year as it takes to the courts against No. 8 Western Ontario in Toronto, Ont. Thursday night.
  • Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Squash Featured in Harvard Magazine
    January 05, 2011
    Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Squash Featured in Harvard Magazine Mike Way, the Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Squash at Harvard University, is featured in the Jan.-Feb. 2011 edition of the Harvard Magazine.
  • No. 5 Men's Squash Falls at Rochester
    December 05, 2010
    No. 5 Men's Squash Falls at Rochester The No. 5 Harvard men’s squash team lost its second match in as many days on Sunday. No. 4 Rochester defeated the Crimson, 9-0, dropping Harvard to 3-2 on the season.
  • No. 5 Men's Squash Drops First Match of the Season
    December 04, 2010
    No. 5 Men's Squash Drops First Match of the Season The No. 5 Harvard men's squash team lost its first match of the season on Saturday as Ivy rival Cornell defeated the Crimson, 7-2.
  • No. 5 Men's Squash to Make First Road Trip of the Season this Weekend
    December 03, 2010
    No. 5 Men's Squash to Make First Road Trip of the Season this Weekend The No. 5 Harvard men's squash team will take to the road for the first time in 2010-11 this weekend. The Crimson will visit No. 6 Cornell on Saturday and No. 4 Rochester welcomes Harvard on Sunday.
  • No. 5 Men's Squash Defeats No. 7 Dartmouth
    December 02, 2010
    No. 5 Men's Squash Defeats No. 7 Dartmouth The No. 5 Harvard men’s squash team took down No. 7 Dartmouth at the Barnaby Courts on Wednesday, 7-2. The victory pushes the Crimson’s season record to 3-0.
  • No. 5 Men's Squash Set to Host No. 7 Dartmouth on Wednesday
    November 30, 2010
    No. 5 Men's Squash Set to Host No. 7 Dartmouth on Wednesday The No. 5 Harvard men’s squash team will host their third home match of the season Wednesday night at 7 p.m. The Crimson (2-0, 1-0 Ivy) welcome No. 7 Dartmouth (3-0, 0-0 Ivy) to the Barnaby Courts for a midweek conference clash.
  • No. 5 Men's Squash Captures Second Victory of the Season
    November 21, 2010
    No. 5 Men's Squash Captures Second Victory of the Season The Harvard men’s squash team capped the first weekend of play off with an 8-1 win over Williams. The Crimson move to 2-0 early in the 2010-11 campaign.
  • No. 5 Men's Squash Blanks No. 14 Brown, 9-0
    November 19, 2010
    No. 5 Men's Squash Blanks No. 14 Brown, 9-0 The fifth-ranked Harvard men’s squash kicked off the 2010-11 season without losing a single game and dominating Brown, 9-0.
  • No. 5 Men's Squash to Host No. 14 Brown and No. 11 Williams Opening Weekend
    November 18, 2010
    No. 5 Men's Squash to Host No. 14 Brown and No. 11 Williams Opening Weekend The Harvard men’s squash team will be looking to improve on its fifth-place finish at last season’s 2010 CSA National Team Championship. The Crimson is looking to get out to an quick start on that goal as it hosts Brown and Williams on Friday and Sunday, respectively, on the opening weekend of the 2010-11 season.
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