The Crimson took down its second-straight top-10 opponent (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. – No. 5 Harvard men's squash earned its second-straight Ivy League victory with a 9-0 sweep of No. 7 Princeton at the Murr Center Squash Courts.
Harvard (2-1) was dominant all-around, winning by a total game score of 21-8 over Princeton (2-6) and five members of the Crimson swept their respective matches.
Harvard's top trio of David Ryan, Bradley Smith and Bryan Koh led the way for Harvard, trouncing Princeton's top three by a game score of 9-1. Ryan earned his second win at the No. 1 position while Smith picked second-straight triumph at the No. 2 spot this season.
The middle three of Madhav Dhingra, Dylan Murray and Devin McLaughlin were equally impressive, matching the top three by defeating its opponents 9-1. Murray and McLaughlin each earend their second-straight sweeps at the No. 5 and No. 6 positions, respectively.
Harvard will return to the Murr Center Squash Courts as it hosts St. Lawrence Jan. 18 in a 1 p.m. contest.
David Ryan (H) def. Clark Doyle – (3-0)
Bradley Smith (H) def. Spencer Anton – (3-0)
Bryan Koh (H) def. Cody Cortes – (3-1)
Madhav Dhingra (H) def. Vivek Dinodia – (3-0)
Dylan Murray (H) def. Komron Shayegan – (3-0)
Devin McLaughlin (H) def. Michael LeBlanc – (3-0)
Alexi Gosset (H) def. Abhimanyu Shah – (3-0)
Seif Eleinen (H) def. William Oon – (3-2)
Mandela Patrick (H) def. Sam Ezratty – (3-1)