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Men's Squash Sneaks into prestigious Potter Cup

But, by the skin of their teeth, the Penn men’s squash team earned its second consecutive berth in the prestigious Potter Cup, set to take place over the weekend at Trinity’s Kellner Squash Center.

The No. 8 Quakers (8-6, 3-4 Ivy) jumped up two spots from tenth in the CSA rankings over the weekend after defeating Cornell 8-1 at home, a crucial match that sealed Penn’s place in the Potter Cup.

Penn squash gears for a busy break

While most students take the upcoming winter break to recover from finals and spend time with friends and family, Penn squash will be taking no days off as they continue to prepare for the tough Ivy slate ahead.

The Quakers will be thrust into new environments and pitted against tough competition on their road to the Ivy League opener at the Ringe Squash Courts, including a trip across the pond..

“The boys are looking forward to the England trip,” Assistant coach Gilly Lane said.

No. 12 F&M upsets Penn men's squash

Sunday afternoon proved to be heartbreaking at Ringe courts for Penn men’s squash. In a match where four positions in the ladder were forced to five games, only one of them went Penn’s way.

Penn men's squash halts cruising Midshipmen

Penn men’s squash was looking to make a statement its home opener and avoid falling prey to a team that has given the squad trouble in recent years. They did so, beating Navy on Wednesday

Henry | Penn ready to squash Ivy opponents

Penn men’s squash may not be ready to take away a win at the Potter Cup this weekend, but if the team continues on its upward trajectory, the Cup looks well within its sights in the near future.

Penn squash riding high after Princeton sweep

After a week in which both the Penn men’s and women’s squash teams defeated national power Princeton, the Red and Blue now enter a demanding stretch of Ivy League competition that starts this Saturday at home against another national contender, Yale.

Trinity downs Penn squash

The No. 10 men’s and No. 3 women’s teams were pushed aside on Saturday by Trinity, 9-0 and 6-3, respectively, a squash powerhouse that boasts the No. 1 men’s and No. 2 women’s teams in the country.

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