Eliza Calihan and the Crimson will try to improve to 5-0 against Cornell on Saturday (photo courtesy Gil Talbot).
The No. 1 Harvard women's squash team will make its first road trip of the season on Saturday to take on No. 7 Cornell. It will be the third Ancient Eight matchup of the season for the Crimson.
Last Time Out
The Crimson notched its fourth straight 9-0 victory of 2010-11 on Wednesday, downing Dartmouth at the Barnaby Courts. It was the second Ivy League victory of the season for the Crimson.
Harvard has lost only five games the entire season, sweeping its four early season matches, 9-0. The Crimson have won 16 straight matches dating back to last season.
Cornell heads into Saturday's match holding an 1-2 overall record. After a season-opening win over Franklin and Marshall, the Big Red lost to Ivy League foes Penn and Princeton. The match against Harvard will be the first at home for Cornell this season.
Last Season's Meeting
Harvard dominated last year's meeting at the Barnaby Courts, defeating Cornell 9-0.
Harvard will next be in action after the New Year when it heads to Bates on Jan. 19.