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Pranav is the Sports Editor at the Tufts Daily. He is a rising sophomore majoring in Data Science and Economics. Pranav can be reached at [email protected]


US Open 2020: New champions crowned

With all the ups and downs, controversies and uncertainty, the 2020 US Open was a tournament which players and fans alike will never forget. Professional Tennis is officially back.


Men’s squash places 6th at NESCAC Championship

The No. 24 men’s squash team finished sixth at the NESCAC Championship and upset No. 22 Amherst 5–4 in the consolation round. This marked a historic moment for the Jumbos, who defeated the Mammoths after more than 20 years and had their best finish at the NESCAC Championship in over 10 years. Tufts defeated Conn. […]


Important win for Jumbos following opening of new squash courts

After losing to No. 20 Amherst 6–3 on Jan. 31, the No. 24 men’s squash team returned home for the opening weekend of the new Tufts Squash Center, defeating No. 27 Conn. College 9–0 on Saturday and losing to No. 21 Middlebury 6–3 on Sunday. The team was back in action on the new courts […]


Men’s, women’s squash get off to rough start after winter break

The No. 26 men’s squash team started the new year on a disappointing note with consecutive losses to No. 17 Williams, No. 24 Dickinson College and No. 21 Bates. Its sole victory came against Stanford University, in which the Jumbos prevailed 9–0. The No. 19 women’s squash team had a similar start to 2020 with […]


Jumbos fall to Franklin & Marshall before Thanksgiving break

Men’s squash suffered a disappointing loss this weekend at the hands of higher-ranked Franklin & Marshall College, losing 0–9. Despite four of their matches going to four sets, Jumbos failed to convert a single match in their favor. As Franklin & Marshall is ranked higher than Tufts, this loss did not come as a surprise. […]


Men’s squash kicks off fall season with convincing victory over Wesleyan

The No. 24 Tufts men’s squash team cruised comfortably over Wesleyan College in its season opener held at Wesleyan, notching a 7–2 win.  Wesleyan’s Sean Choi drew first blood by blanking first-year Kunal Valia 14–12, 11–6, 11–4. The Jumbos, however, bounced back to win seven of the remaining eight matches to register a convincing victory […]


Women’s tennis closes fall season with promising performance at NEWITT invitational

The Tufts women’s tennis team concluded its fall season with two semifinal appearances at the New England Women’s Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament (NEWITT) held at Smith College. Jumbos got the better of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Engineers in the first round of the A Draw, with first-year Tilly Rigby and sophomore Maggie Dorr defeating MIT duo of Seraphin […]


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