CAMBRIDGE—The Williams men's squash team turned in an impressive performance on Wednesday evening, though the Ephs fell 9-0 to Harvard in the end.
Senior captain Jack Ervasti was closest to a win at the number eight position. Ervasti was able to force a fifth game after falling behind 2-1, but couldn't pull out the fifth game, eventually losing 11-9.
Numerous other Ephs won games off of their Crimson opponents. Sophomore Kevin Chen won a brilliant first game at number three but then dropped the next three in close fashion. Julian Drobetsky's match was nearly the exact same story. Freshman Michael Petrick also won a game, as did junior Andy Maruca.
"I thought the men's team had a good showing today, I was pleased that we could push Harvard, especially in the back of the lineup. This was a good performance to end the fall portion of our season," commented head coach Zafi Levy after the match.
Williams will return to action after break with a weekend of home matches, Colby, Yale, and Bowdoin will come to town.