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Men’s and Women’s Squash Sending Six to CSA Individual Championships

Men’s and Women’s Squash Sending Six to CSA Individual Championships

Metha and Harvard's top flight on the women's team will all compete for the Ramsey Cup (Gil Talbot).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's and women's squash teams will be sending six players to Stamford, Connecticut this weekend for the CSA Individual Championships March 4-6. The opening round of matches will take place tomorrow, while semifinal matches will occur Saturday before the finals on Sunday.

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On the women's side, Harvard's top flight of Sabrina Sobhy, Kayley Leonard and Alyssa Mehta will all contend for the Ramsey Cup.

Sobhy, ranked No. 2 in the CSA individual rankings, played all 10 of her matches at the No. 1 position, winning all but one contest. Sobhy will open against Penn's Marie Stephan, who played mostly at the No. 4 position for the Quakers this season.

Leonard posted a 10-1 mark in her freshman campaign, primarily playing at the No. 2 position. Leonard, ranked No. 5, will square off against George Washington's Anna Porras. Porras compiled a 13-5 mark for the Colonials, playing all 18 matches at the No. 1 position.

Mehta returns to the Ramsey Cup after posting a 10-2 mark in her sophomore campaign. Ranked No. 13, Mehta played at least one match in each position in the top flight, with most of her action coming at the No. 3 position. Metha will take the court against the reigning Ivy League Rookie of the Year in Princeton's Olivia Fiechter.

Sophie Mehta will compete in the Holleran A Division after posting an 11-1 mark in her freshman campaign, with most of her action coming at the No. 8 and No. 9 positions. Ranked No. 49, Mehta will face Penn's Haidi Lala, who competed mostly at the No. 7 position for the Quakers this season.

Dileas MacGowan makes her postseason debut after registering an 11-2 record in her junior campaign. MacGowan was versatile for the Crimson, competing at five different positions in the lineup, with most of her action coming at the No. 8 position. MacGowan will make her debut in the Holleran D Division against William's Hayley Parsons, who competed primarily at the No. 2 position for the Ephs.

Bryan Koh will be the lone representative for the men as he will take on Rochester's primary No. 1 in Mario Yanez. Koh finished with a 10-3 mark on the season, primarily playing at the No. 3 position, and was the lone member of the Crimson to amass double-digit wins on the season. Ranked No. 14 in the CSA individual rankings, Koh will be making his second-straight appearance in the Pool Trophy.

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