Captain J. Reed Endresen and the Crimson host Yale on Senior Day Saturday (phot courtesy Gil Talbot).
The No. 6 Harvard men’s squash team hosts Yale Saturday afternoon in the final regular-season match for both teams.
Last Time Out
The Crimson dropped a 6-3 affair to No. 1 Trinity Wednesday night.
Harvard enters Saturday’s match with a 7-4 overall and 3-2 Ivy record. They are ranked sixth nationally and are currently fourth in the Ivy League.
The Bulldogs, No. 2 in the nation, will be looking to secure the Ivy League title outright against the Crimson. Yale is currently 12-1 and 5-0 in the Ivy League with its lone loss coming agianst No. 1 Trinity. The Bulldogs are assured, at worst, a split of the Ivy title with Princeton.
J. Reed Endresen - The Harvard men’s squash 2010-11 captain has played to a 24-24 career record over his four years with the Crimson. Endresen will be seeking his second straight appearance at the CSA Individual National Championships after qualifying last season.
Richard Hill - Hill has compiled a
35-19 record in his four years at Harvard. He won the Malloy Cup as
a freshman at the CSA Individual National Championships and was
named to the CSA All-America second and All-Ivy League team as a
Harvard will host and compete in the 2011 CSA National Team Championships Feb. 25-27 at the Barnaby Courts.