No. 2 Penn women's squash has a tall task to beat No. 5 Stanford, and the Quakers will need to it without injured star senior Melissa Alves, who is healing a broken foot and hopes to return later in the year.
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Sophomore Lina Qostal was only one of several standouts for Penn women's tennis this weekend, as the Quakers trounced a strong St. John's team by a comfortable 6-1 score.
Junior No. 2 Melissa Alves defeated Harvard's Gina Kennedy in straight sets, but the Quakers fell to the Crimson 7-2.
If Penn men's squash is to pull off the upset of the century in the CSA Team Championships first round against No. 1 Trinity, the Quakers' star, junior Marwan Mahmoud, will need to bring everything to the table.