Junior Ali Farag of the Harvard’s men’s squash team was named Ivy League Co-Player of the Year and also a unanimous selection to the All-Ivy team, the league office announced on Friday. Junior Brandon McLaughlin joined him on the all-conference team.
Junior Ali Farag saw his College Squash Association Individual Championship defense come to an end in the semifinals Saturday night, as the lone remaining member of the Crimson was eliminated from the Pool Trophy field.
After the opening day of the College Squash Association Individual Championships, Harvard junior Ali Farag is the only member of Crimson remaining in the Pool Division draw with a chance to win the national title. The other three participants suffered defeats to fall into the tournament’s consolation brackets.
Several members of the Harvard men’s and women’s squash teams will travel to Hartford, Conn., this weekend to compete in the College Squash Association Individual National Championships. Trinity will serve as the host site for the three-day championship event that pits the top men’s and women’s squash players again each other.
One day after pulling off a dramatic, come-from-behind win over Princeton in the Potter Cup semifinals, the No. 3 Harvard men's squash team fell just short of the ultimate goal, dropping a 6-3 decision to Trinity, Sunday afternoon in the championship match at the Brady Squash Courts.
After the first flight of matches, the No. 3 Harvard men’s squash team found itself trailing Rochester; however, the Crimson won five of the final six matches to close out the Yellow Jackets, 6-3, and advance to the Potter Cup semifinals.
The No. 3 Harvard men's squash team travels to New Haven, Conn., for the College Squash Association Team Championships. The Crimson will open the three-day event with No. 6 Rochester for the second consecutive year after besting the Yellow Jackets, 6-3, in the quarterfinals in 2012.
In a seesaw battle with archrival and No. 2 Yale, the Harvard men’s squash team finished strong to earn a share of the Ivy League title for the first time since 2006 Monday night at the Murr Center Squash Courts.
After having its match against Yale postponed due to the aftereffects of Winter Storm Nemo, the No. 3 Harvard men’s squash team returns to action Tuesday night to take on No. 2 Trinity at the Murr Center Squash Courts.
For the second straight match and fourth time this season, the No. 3 Harvard men’s squash team swept all nine matches 3-0 to shutout Brown, 9-0, Thursday night at the Kate Brodsky Memorial Squash Pavilion inside the Pizzitola Sports Center.
The No. 3 Harvard men's squash team returns to Ivy League action this weekend, hosting Columbia Saturday at noon and Cornell Sunday at noon. After the Crimson take on the Big Red at noon, MIT will make the short trip to the Murr Center for a 4 p.m. showdown, as well.