CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – For the fifth-straight season, Harvard women's squash (13-0, 6-0 Ivy) finds itself at the top of the Ivy League, and just one win away from its fifth-consecutive outright league championship. The Crimson will look to clinch the title in its last regular season match at Cornell (5-9, 1-5 Ivy) in Ithaca, New York on Saturday.
The Crimson comes into the match as winners of its past 79 matches, 25 of which have come on the road. Harvard also owns a 26-match winning streak against the Big Red, with the past six coming by way of a shutout.
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- Senior co-captain Amelia Henley is on a team-best 48-match winning streak.
- Senior co-captain Gina Kennedy has won 36 consecutive matches.
- Eleonore Evans and Hannah Craig both look to secure perfect seasons, as they will attempt to win their 14th matches of the season.
- Harvard has posted a combined individual record of 107-10 on the season.
- The Crimson has won 25 consecutive true road matches dating back to 2014-15.
- A win would give Harvard its 25th Ivy League championship.
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.
The Crimson will have a quick turn-around, as it will head down to New Haven for the CSA Team Championships at Yale next weekend. Brackets and times are set to come out early next week.