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From the Sidelines: Sam Scherl
Men's Squash

From the Sidelines: Sam Scherl

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Individual Brilliance: Squash's Crouin and Moataz Shine Bright in CSA Individual Nationals

With two new College Squash Association (CSA) team national championships already in the trophy case, the Harvard squash program set out this weekend to give players their chances to shine at the CSA Individual Nationals. Victor Crouin ended up winning the Pool Trophy, while Hana Moataz came in second in the Ramsay Cup.

Champions
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Champions

For the third consecutive season, and the 35th time in program history, Harvard men's squash was crowned CSA national champions.

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Case Closed: Men's Squash Secures Third Straight National Championship

The stage was set for what was bound to be a legendary final for the men’s squash team nationals. With the score tied at four matches even, Harvard’s hopes rested on the shoulders of sophomore Ido Burstein, who managed to claim a straight-sets victory over his Penn challenger to secure the Crimson a third consecutive national championship.

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Women's and Men's Squash Teams Cruise Over Amherst and Cornell

Coming off of a big win against No.3 Princeton, Harvard Women’s Squash (11-0, 6-0)  earned their No. 1 ranking in a 9-0 sweep against Amherst and a dominant 7-2 victory against Cornell. The victories improved the team’s record to 92-0 in the College Squash Association (CSA). The No.2 Men’s program (10-1, 5-1 Ivy) swept both Cornell and Amherst 9-0, raising its tally of clean sweeps to seven this season.

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Concentration

Harvard Women's Squash participates in a Dec. 1 matchup against Dartmouth, a contest in which the Crimson earned an 8-1 victory. The team has yet to lose this season, and carry the No.1 ranking in the country.

Squashing the Competition
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Squashing the Competition

Harvard women's and men's squash are off to undefeated starts in 2021-22 yet again, bringing the winning streaks to 86 in a row for the women and 38 in a row for the men.

3-0 with 9-0s
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3-0 with 9-0s

Harvard men's squash, pictured above in 2020, has been dominant to start the 2021-22 campaign, coasting to a 3-0 start with wins coming at a combined 27-0 margin.

3-0 with 9-0s
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No. 2 Men’s Squash Begins Season with Three Straight Shutout Wins

The Harvard men’s squash team has started the season strong with consecutive 9-0 wins — over No. 10 Rochester (1-1), Brown, and MIT (3-2).

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Following NCAA Ruling, Harvard Student Athletes Secure Sponsorship Deals

In the wake of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s new policy allowing student athletes to profit off their brand image, Harvard athletes are taking advantage by inking sponsorship deals with local and national brands.

Across the Atlantic, Crouin's Work Ethic Remains Strong
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The Quarantine Crunch: Crouin Keeps His Eye on the Ball

Like many student-athletes at Harvard junior Victor Crouin had his world turned upside down when students were sent home in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. The star first seed on the Crimson’s elite squash squad managed to return to his hometown of Marseille, France, just before the nation went into lockdown.

Across the Atlantic, Crouin's Work Ethic Remains Strong
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Across the Atlantic, Crouin's Work Ethic Remains Strong

While currently over 3,000 miles away from Harvard, the French native is poised to bring his strong work ethic and talent back to campus. Pictured above, Crouin competes at last year's CSA National Championship, just days before the March 10, 2020, shutdown.

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In Photos: CSA Men's Squash Championship

In what can only be described as dominant, the Harvard men’s squash team routed the competition at every step on its way to the CSA title from Feb. 28, 2020, to March 1, 2020, at the Harvard Murr Center. The team played Drexel, Princeton, and Penn on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday on its way to the championship, losing only one match over the entire weekend.

Making a Racket
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Making a Racket

Harvard defeated Princeton this weekend to win its second straight national championship.

Making a Racket
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Men's Squash Wins Second Straight Championship

Ripping a volley down the backhand side, sophomore Victor Crouin watched as his opponent, No. 3 University of Pennsylvania’s Andrew Douglas, made a desperate stab at the ball in the back corner. When his return fell short of the front wall, Crouin turned towards the roaring crowd and thumped his chest in triumph.

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