First-Ranked Women’s Squash Takes On Dartmouth in Ivy-League Opener

Hana Moataz strikes the squash ball
Hana Moataz and Harvard women's squash travel to Dartmouth on Tuesday to face off against the Big Green. (Photo Courtesy/Gil Talbot)

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard women's squash take its 1-0 record on the road Tuesday, as it travels to Dartmouth to face the 11th-ranked Big Green. The Crimson enters the match as the nation's top-ranked team, according to the CSA. Harvard holds a 78-3 advantage all-time over Dartmouth, with wins in its last 14 contests.

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Leading the Way
Mike Way, the Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Harvard University and James Herscot '58 Coach of Excellence, is in his 10th season as the head coach for both men's and women's squash. Way is coming off a historic 2018-19 season in which both his teams won the Ivy League and national title. In addition, Way coached the individual national champion in each division. Victor Crouin won the Pool Trophy and Gina Kennedy earned her second Ramsay Cup a year ago.

Next Up
With finals and winter break around the corner, Harvard will be off until the weekend of Jan. 11-12, when it welcomes Penn and Princeton to the Murr Center for back-to-back matches.