Campus & Community

Squash it!

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Staff photo Justin Ide/Harvard News Office

Harvard senior Mike Blumberg (in rear) prepares to return a shot from Cornell’s Mike Delaney during first-round action of the men’s College Squash Association’s Championship at the Murr Center this past weekend. Blumberg won the contest, 3-0, as Harvard went on to blank the Big Red, 9-0. The Crimson later downed Yale, 8-1, before falling to Trinity, 7-2, in the title game on Sunday (Feb. 27) – to hand the Bantams its seventh straight national championship. Harvard, who captured the Ivy League title with a 6-0 record, wraps up its season at 11-2, with both losses coming from Trinity.