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Men’s squash falls in nationals, 5-4

The No. 1 Trinity men’s squash team came back to defeat Harvard, 5-4, in the finals of the College Squash Association’s National Team Tournament this past Sunday (Feb. 29) at Yale. The No. 2 Crimson wrap up their season at 9-2, while the Bantams, who handed Harvard its only two losses of the season, improve to 18-0.

Peljto breaks 2,000 point barrier

Senior forward Hana Peljto notched her 2,000th career point against Yale on Feb. 27 as the host Harvard women’s basketball team cruised to an 84-60 win. Peljto, who became just the third woman in Ivy League history to reach this milestone, left the game to a standing ovation at the 2:39 mark of the second half with a game-high 23 points and nine boards. The Crimson are in fourth place in league standings with trips to Princeton, Penn, and Dartmouth remaining.

– Compiled by Andrew Brooks