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No. 2 Harvard Seeks to Continue Early Season Success Against No. 9 Dartmouth

Pictured: Senior Cece Cortes and No. 2 Harvard travel to Dartmouth for a midweek conference match.
Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot.

The Particulars:
Harvard looks to remain undefeated, as it takes on No. 9 Dartmouth in an Ivy League match. The Crimson enters the match with a 2-0 overall record and a 1-0 conference mark. The Big Green enters the match sporting a 1-0 overall record.

Last Time Out:
Harvard took two 9-0 victories at No. 20 Brown and No. 22 Williams. The Crimson dropped one game against Brown and won all 27 matches against Williams.

About Harvard:
The Crimson is unbeaten and has not dropped a single match so far. Harvard enters the match with a 2-0 record after downing No. 10 Brown and No. 8 Williams, Nov. 20 and 22. Harvard is led by senior co-captains Katherine O’Donnell, Johanna Snyder, junior Alisha Mashruwala, sophomore Nirasha Guruge and freshmen Natasha Kingshott and Sarah Mumanachit who are all 2-0 on the season.

About Dartmouth:
Dartmouth swept Franklin & Marshall to open up the 2009-10 campaign. All nine matches concluded with a 3-0 Big Green win. Dartmouth boasts a young squad, as four freshmen saw action in the first match of the season.

Looking Ahead:
Harvard hosts Cornell at the Barnaby Courts in its second straight Ivy League match, Dec. 5.