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No. 1 Women's Squash Hosts No. 2 Yale in Battle of Top Teams Saturday

Captain Alisha Mashruwala and the Crimson will look to preserve its undefeated season against Yale Saturday (photo courtesy Gil Talbot).

The Particulars
The No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team hosts No. 2 Yale Saturday at the Barnaby Courts. The match pits the top two teams in the nation against one another with an undefeated season and Ivy League title at stake.

Last Time Out
The Crimson faced a tough test in No. 3 Trinity Wednesday evening, but came away with a 7-2 victory.

About Harvard
Harvard, currently 9-0, 5-0 Ivy, will be seeking its second straight undefeated season and will also be honoring its seniors before the match.

About Yale
The Bulldogs, No. 2 in the nation, will be looking to be the first team in 21 matches to knock off the Crimson. Yale enters 13-0, 4-0 in the Ivy League.

Senior Day

Alisha Mashruwala
- 42-14 career record
- 2010-11 Captain
- CSA First-team All-America as a freshman
- CSA Second-team All-America as sophomore and junior
- All-Ivy League as sophomore

Bethan Williams
- 42-10 career record
- CSA Second-team All-America as sophomore
- Won a team-high 15 matches as a sophomore

June Tiong
- 28-19 career record
- Ivy League Rookie of the Year as a freshman
- All-Ivy League as a freshman
- CSA Second-team All-America as sophomore and junior

Alexandra Zindman
- 21-7 career record
- Named Most Improved Player as a freshman

Up Next
Harvard will travel to Princeton, N.J. next weekend to compete in the CSA Team Championships. The tournament is scheduled for Feb. 18-20.