Week Seven Recap: January 12 to January 18

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No. 2 Harvard (left) and No. 1 Trinity (right) matched up this weekend in the CSA Women’s Match of the Week (photo: Michael T. Bello)

Week Seven Varsity Match Results: January 12 to January 18

Date

Men/Women Home Team Away Team Winner

Score

Jan 13

Women #32 Mount Holyoke #28 Denison Denison 9-0
Jan 13 Men #8 Cornell #2 Penn Penn

9-0

Jan 13

Women #23 Haverford #32 Mount Holyoke Haverford 5-4
Jan 13 Men #6 Trinity #10 Dartmouth Trinity

9-0

Jan 13

Women #1 Trinity #10 Dartmouth Trinity 9-0
Jan 13 Men #9 Columbia #3 Princeton Princeton

6-3

Jan 13

Women #8 Columbia #4 Princeton Princeton 6-3
Jan 13 Women #6 Cornell #9 Penn Cornell

6-3

Jan 13

Men #36 Conn College #30 Denison Conn College 8-1
Jan 13 Women #30 Conn College #28 Denison Denison

8-1

Jan 13

Men #19 Amherst #17 MIT Amherst 5-4
Jan 13 Men #5 UVA #12 Rochester UVA

8-1

Jan 13

Men #4 Yale #1 Harvard Harvard 7-2
Jan 13 Women #5 Yale #2 Harvard Harvard

9-0

Jan 13

Women #22 Bates #15 Williams Williams 8-1
Jan 13 Men #28 Dickinson #20 St. Lawrence St. Lawrence

7-2

Jan 13

Women #29 Dickinson #25 St. Lawrence Dickinson 5-4
Jan 13 Men #14 Bates #18 Williams Williams

7-2

Jan 13

Men #22 Bowdoin #23 Middlebury Middlebury 6-3
Jan 13 Women #16 Bowdoin #17 Middlebury Middlebury

7-2

Jan 13

Men #21 Colby #26 Hamilton Colby 8-1
Jan 13 Women #20 Colby #26 Hamilton Colby

5-4

Jan 13

Men #27 Wesleyan #29 Haverford Wesleyan 6-3
Jan 13 Women #27 Wesleyan #23 Haverford Wesleyan

9-0

Jan 13

Women #19 Georgetown #3 Drexel Drexel 9-0
Jan 13 Men #25 Navy #7 Drexel Drexel

9-0

Jan 14

Women #27 Wesleyan #32 Mount Holyoke Wesleyan 9-0
Jan 14 Women #18 F&M #19 Georgetown Georgetown

5-4

Jan 14

Women #16 Bowdoin #15 Williams Williams 7-2
Jan 14 Men #28 Dickinson #24 Hobart Hobart

5-4

Jan 14

Women #29 Dickinson #13 William Smith William Smith 6-3
Jan 14 Men #29 Haverford #36 Conn College Haverford

6-3

Jan 14

Women #23 Haverford #30 Conn College Conn College 6-3
Jan 14 Men #5 UVA #11 Chatham UVA

9-0

Jan 14

Women #7 UVA #24 Chatham UVA 9-0
Jan 14 Men #19 Amherst #16 Tufts Tufts

5-4

Jan 14

Women #14 Amherst #12 Tufts Tufts 7-2
Jan 14 Men #12 Rochester #7 Drexel Drexel

8-1

Jan 14

Men #15 F&M #20 St. Lawrence F&M 5-4
Jan 14 Women #18 F&M #25 St. Lawrence F&M

5-4

Jan 14

Men #14 Bates #26 Hamilton Bates 7-2
Jan 14 Women #22 Bates #26 Hamilton Bates

5-4

Jan 14

Men #21 Colby #23 Middlebury Colby 7-2
Jan 14 Women #20 Colby #17 Middlebury Middlebury

7-2

Jan 14

Men #22 Bowdoin #18 Williams Williams 8-1
Jan 14 Men #27 Wesleyan #30 Denison Wesleyan

7-2

Jan 14

Women #27 Wesleyan #28 Denison Wesleyan 7-2
Jan 15 Men #21 Colby #18 Williams Williams

8-1

Jan 15

Women #20 Colby #15 Williams Williams 7-2
Jan 15 Men #10 Dartmouth #4 Yale Yale

9-0

Jan 15

Women #10 Dartmouth #5 Yale Yale 8-1
Jan 15 Men #15 F&M #24 Hobart F&M

7-2

Jan 15

Women #18 F&M #13 William Smith William Smith 5-4
Jan 15 Men #1 Harvard #6 Trinity Harvard

6-3

Jan 15

Women #2 Harvard #1 Trinity Trinity 7-2
Jan 15 Women #4 Princeton #6 Cornell Princeton

7-2

Jan 15

Men #14 Bates #23 Middlebury Bates 7-2
Jan 15 Women #22 Bates #17 Middlebury Middlebury

7-2

Jan 15

Men #5 UVA #7 Drexel UVA 8-1
Jan 15 Women #7 UVA #3 Drexel Drexel

6-3

Jan 15

Men #22 Bowdoin #26 Hamilton Hamilton 5-4
Jan 15 Women #16 Bowdoin #26 Hamilton Bowdoin

9-0

Jan 15

Men #2 Penn #9 Columbia Penn 9-0
Jan 15 Women #9 Penn #8 Columbia Columbia

5-4

Jan 15

Men #6 Princeton #8 Cornell Princeton 8-1
Jan 16 Men #25 Navy #24 Hobart Hobart

6-3

Jan 16

Women #19 Georgetown #13 William Smith William Smith 5-4
Jan 17 Men #14 Bates #17 MIT MIT

5-4

Jan 17

Women #22 Bates #32 Mount Holyoke Bates 9-0
Jan 18 Men #22 Bowdoin #17 MIT MIT

8-1

Jan 18

Women Bowdoin Mount Holyoke Bowdoin 9-0
Jan 18 Women #20 Colby #32 Mount Holyoke Colby

9-0

Jan 18

Men #7 Drexel #6 Trinity Trinity 8-1
Jan 18 Men #24 Hobart #20 St. Lawrence Hobart

6-3

Jan 18

Women #13 William Smith #25 St. Lawrence William Smith

8-1

View all results here: CSA Women and CSA Men’s&Co-Ed

Varsity

  • No. 1 Trinity beat No. 2 Harvard in the CSA Women’s Match of the Week on Sunday afternoon in Boston. The energy was buzzing at The Murr Center as the women geared up for a match of the season between the best women’s teams in the CSA. Trinity came out strong to take the first round of games across the board, but Harvard quickly kicked into gear. In a tough battle, both No. 6 and No. 9 pulled out 3-2 matches to earn the 4th and 5th games to secure the win for Trinity. This comes as a huge upset to Harvard as they drop to 4-1 with their first loss since 2015, ending the winning streak at 102 matches in a row. Top-ranked Trinity remains unstoppable and improves to 10-0. 
  • No. 6 Trinity defeated No. 7 Drexel in the CSA Men’s Match of the Week yesterday evening in Philadelphia. With several close 5 game matches, the competition was tight, but the Dragons struggled to keep up with Trinity’s strength without their No. 1 and No. 3 players. The No. 5 position fought it out in a final 3-2 match to end the evening. The Bantams swept the bottom third taking wins at the 4,5,6,7,8, and 9 positions and ultimately taking home an 8-1 victory. 
  • No. 17 MIT had a long week of matches with both wins and losses. On Friday, MIT traveled to take on No. 19 Amherst where they lost in a tough 5-4 match. After a few days off, MIT got back on the road to face another tight match against No. 14 Bates. This time, MIT pulled off an upset with a 5-4 win. MIT continued the momentum the following day with another win against No. 22 Bowdoin. 
  • No. 29 Dickinson women upset No. 25 St. Lawrence in an exciting match. In a very evenly matched competition, many games went to five. However, Dickinson came through on their home turf to secure the 5-4 win. 
  • No. 18 Williams traveled 6 hours to compete against No. 14 Bates in an impressive match. Williams came in strong and swept the middle of the ladder taking wins at 4,5,6,7, and 8. With determination, the Ephs upset Bates 7-2. 
  • No. 19 Georgetown women take down No. 18 F&M and continue their climb in the rankings.        
  • No. 26 Hamilton takes down No. 22 Bowdoin in a tight 5-4 match. Hamilton’s strength at the bottom of the ladder outmatched their competition.

Club Teams

  • The Brown men went undefeated at Wesleyan securing wins against No. 30 Denison, Stanford, and No. 29 Haverford. 
  • The Brown women had a tough match against No. 28 Denison. Denison secured the victory with only eight players and wins at 5,6,7,8. The No. 1 women closed off the match with a tough 3-2 game giving Denison a clutch 5-4 win. 

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Week 8 will begin today, January 19 to January 25.