CAMBRIDGE, Mass.– The second-ranked men's squash team (1-0) will play Tufts (2-0) Wednesday at the Murr Center Courts at 6 p.m., before hosting No. 22 MIT (6-2) on Friday at 5 p.m. Both matches will be broadcast on ESPN+.
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What to Know:
- Harvard opened its season sweeping Northeastern, 9-0.
- The Crimson hold a 14-0 program record against Tufts, earning a 9-0 win in their last meeting on Jan. 21, 2017.
- The program also boasts a 54-2 record against MIT, most recently defeating the engineers 9-0 on Dec. 7, 2017.
- The men earned the No. 2 ranking in the College Squash Association's 2018-19 Preseason Rankings, trailing just Trinity College.
- The team features a strong senior class which includes Rana Bansal, Alexi Gosset, Varoun Gulati, Theodore Mendez and Stephen Monrad.
- The Crimson also welcome three newcomers to the roster, Victor Crouin, George Crowne and Marwan Tarek.
At The Helm:
Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Harvard University Mike Way is in his ninth season as the leader of the Crimson. Way surpassed the 100-win mark last season and sports an impressive overall record of 103-29 including four Ivy titles, one Potter Cup and three individual national championships under his regime.
The team will begin Ivy League play against Dartmouth on Dec. 5 at 5 p.m. at the Murr Center Courts. The contest will air on ESPN+.