CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Harvard will serve as the main host and the No. 1 seed for this weekend's College Squash Association (CSA) Men's Team Championships.
The Crimson, which won the Ivy League title last weekend, is one of four Ivies in the Potter Cup main draw. Harvard will face eighth-seeded Penn in a quarterfinal match on Friday. The other two Ivies are in the other half of the bracket as third-seeded Yale faces sixth-seeded Rochester and seventh-seeded Cornell faces defending national champ and second-seeded Trinity.
The Ivy League® Digital Network will stream live coverage of the Potter Cup championship match on Sunday, Feb. 16 at 1 p.m.
Harvard has won 30 national titles all-time, but hasn't won the crown since 1998. Princeton was the last Ivy to win the men's team title, winning in 2012 to break Trinity's 13-year run. Trinity reclaimed the crown last year.
Princeton, Dartmouth and Columbia will play in the Hoehn Cup (B Division). The Tigers, seeded ninth, take on No. 16 Bates on Friday. No. 12 Dartmouth will face No. 13 Navy in the other matchup in that half of the bracket. No. 11 Columbia gets No. 14 Drexel in the other side of the bracket, which also includes Williams and Western Ontario.
Brown will play in the Summers Cup (C Division). The Bears are seeded No. 19 and will face No. 22 Amherst on Friday.
Matches are slated for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Most action will be played at Harvard with additional matches slated for Northeastern, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Belmont Hill School.