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Men’s Squash Dominates Northeastern, 9-0

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.– The Harvard men's squash team swept Northeastern, 9-0, in its season opener on Wednesday night. The Crimson won all of its matches by a 3-0 decision. 

Sophomore Samuel Scherl played at the No. 1 position and earned a victory against Ian Hay of Northeastern. First-year George Crowne earned his first collegiate victory against Alexander Jafry and was the team's No. 2. Sophomore Adam Corcoran played as the No. 3 seed for the Crimson, beating Alexander Swenson.

Harvard Highlights:

  • Senior Rana Bansal allowed just one point during the match to his opponent.   
  • Senior Alexi Gosset only allowed four points in his season debut, including a 11-0 win in the third game of his match. 
  • This is the third consecutive time the men's squash team has opened the season with a win. 
  • Harvard is now 2-0 against Northeastern with both wins coming by way of 9-0 victories.

Next Up: 
The Crimson return to action after the Thanksgiving break, hosting Tufts on November 28 at 6:00 p.m. 

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