It has been a privilege and an honor to be an athlete at Harvard these past four years. When I compare my athletic experience to those of my friends playing at other schools and other leagues, I feel even more fortunate that I was able to continue to play the sport that I love at a school that valued both my desire to play on a highly competitive team, with fine coaches, access to amazing facilities and resources, all while being able to take the classes that I wanted to take, and to be part of the larger Harvard community.
The Harvard men’s and women’s programs added three College Squash Association Individual National Championships Sunday, including juniors Gina Kennedy and Eleonore Evans for the women and first-year Victor Crouin for the men.
The Harvard women’s squash team had three players on Saturday advance to their respective national championship matches at the College Squash Association’s individual championship. Junior Gina Kennedy, senior Sophie Mehta and junior Eleonore Evans all secured spots for the sports’ penultimate day.
The Harvard women’s squash team saw four members on Friday advance to the College Squash Association’s national semifinal round, which is set for Saturday, March 2, at the Nicol Squash Club at Moses Brown School in Providence.
Eleven members of the Harvard men’s and women’s squash programs will compete in the 2019 Collegiate Squash Association's (CSA) Individual Championship hosted at the Nicol Squash Club at Moses Brown School in Providence beginning Friday, with the championship matches on Sunday. The women will send six members, including four in the Ramsay Cup: A Division, while the men will send five players, four in the Pool Trophy: A Division.
The top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team (13-0) finished the season undefeated, capturing the program’s fifth-consecutive national championship, sweeping No. 3 Trinity, 9-0, at the Ferris Athletic Center Sunday.
The top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team (12-0) continued its dominance, sweeping No. 4 Stanford, 9-0, Saturday at Trinity College. The win advances the Crimson to the CSA Team National Championship match, set to be played Sunday at 2:30 p.m., against the winner of the Trinity and Princeton matchup.
The top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team (11-0, 6-0 Ivy) began postseason play with a 9-0 sweep over No. 8 Drexel on Friday. The team will take on No. 4 Stanford in the semifinal round on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Trinity College.
The undefeated and top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team will look to capture its fifth-consecutive Howe Cup, beginning with No. 8 Drexel at the 2019 CSA Women’s Team National Championships. The quarterfinal match is set for 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22, at Trinity. The winner of the match will move on to the semifinal round against the victor of the No. 5 Yale and No. 4 Stanford matchup.
Harvard women’s squash captured Ivy League Player-of-the-Year and Coach-of-the-Year honors, while leading the league in first-team All-Ivy selections with four, with three coming by unanimous decision, the league announced today.
The Harvard men's and women's squash teams traveled to the north coast of Colombia in Cartagena for a week-long training trip during winter break. The team volunteered every day after its training sessions at Squash Urbano with local children.
The top-ranked women’s squash team (8-0, 5-0 Ivy) blanked No. 3 Trinity, 9-0, Wednesday at the Murr Center Courts. The Crimson will look to secure atleast a share of the Ivy title on Friday against Yale.
The top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team (7-0, 5-0 Ivy) readies for battle against No. 3 Trinity College (12-1), Wednesday evening at 5 p.m. at the Murr Center Courts. The match will be broadcast on ESPN+.
The Harvard women’s squash team (5-0) is set to clash with two top-five programs on the road, facing No. 1 Princeton (10-0) on Feb. 2 at 2:30 p.m., and fifth-ranked Penn (7-3) on Feb. 3 at 1 p.m. The matchup with the Quakers will take place at Drexel. Only the Princeton match will air live, appearing on ESPN+.
The top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team (1-0) will host three matches this weekend, including a Saturday doubleheader against No. 5 Stanford at 9:30 a.m. and Cornell at 1 p.m. The Crimson will close out the weekend against No. 7 Columbia on Sunday at 12 p.m. All matches will be broadcast on ESPN+.
Two Harvard men’s and women’s squash alumni, Daniel Ezra ’98 and Jordanna Fraiberg ’94, have both been named to the College Squash Hall of Fame. The pair is a part of the class of 2019 that includes five players and two coaches.
The four-time defending national champion and top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team begins its season against No. 10 Dartmouth (1-1) on Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the Murr Center Courts. The season opener is to be broadcast on ESPN+.
Harvard squash’s senior Sabrina Sobhy was featured in the September issue of Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd.” Sobhy was one of the six athletes featured for outstanding athletic achievements.