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Women's squash win, men's squash split weekend matches

The men’s and women’s squash teams played their last home matches of the season against Williams College Feb. 11, with the women picking up a 9-0 win in their fifth sweep of the season. The men did not share in the women’s success, falling to the Ephs 5-4 in a hard-fought match. The men went ...


Both squash teams drop Ivy matches, women upset Stanford

The men’s and women’s squash teams faltered this weekend against Ivy League competition. On the women’s side, No. 4 Princeton snapped the No. 10 Bears’ six-match winning streak with a 9-0 sweep Saturday, though the team rebounded later that day to upset No. 7 Stanford University with a 5-4 victory. ...

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Women’s squash keeps rolling, men split matches

In its first weekend of play since the end of winter break, the No. 10 women’s squash team continued its non-conference dominance with victories over Colby College and Middlebury College Saturday. Mina Shakarshy ’15 showed her experience on the court, clinching the deciding match for Bruno against ...


Women's squash surging, men's faltering through winter season

The women’s squash team won four of its six matches over winter break, most recently with two 9-0 sweeps of Bowdoin College and Amherst College. After dropping its first four January matches, the men’s team rebounded with a 7-2 victory over Amherst Tuesday.   WOMEN’S SQUASH   (7-2, 0-2 ...


Lord ’15 champions comeback in final weekend

The Bears finished their fall season last weekend with a pair of Ivy matches , beating Penn and falling to Princeton. Bruno (12-13, 8-6 Ivy) conquered the Quakers (14-11, 8-6) Friday in a match riddled with drama and suspense — the Bears faced a quick 2-0 set deficit only to come back to take the ...


Women's volleyball misses second chance to win against Bulldogs

An enthusiastic Saturday evening crowd at the Pizzitola Center was abuzz with anticipation as the Bears faced the Yale Bulldogs. “We went in excited for the opportunity for a great upset,” said Thea Derrough ’14. Yale (14-3, Ivy 8-0) is the defending Ivy League champion and came into the match ...

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