The No. 2 Harvard women’s squash team fell just shy of their 12th College Squash Association (CSA) national championship on Sunday (Feb. 15), falling to No. 1 Princeton, 5-4.
Despite no seniors and just two juniors on this year’s roster, the Crimson still finished the season with an impressive 10-2 record, their only two losses coming at the hands of the Tigers. Princeton, which has won the past three national championships, now owns 17 CSA titles.
Harvard now prepares for the CSA Individual Championships, in Williamstown, Mass., from Feb. 27 to March 1.