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Trinity dashes Penn women's squash's championship dreams

However, after finishing Ivy League competition 7-0 and claiming the title for only the third time in school history, the team had high hopes for the College Squash Association National Championships in Boston this weekend.

While facing Trinity again in the Howe Cup Semifinal on Saturday, the Red and Blue were unable to reverse their fortunes, falling 5-4 in heartbreaking fashion that was strangely reminiscent of their previous loss to the Bantams.

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.

Kristen Lange moves up the pro squash rankings

Lange was a four-time first-team All-American and three-time College Squash Association Individual Championship runner-up. But Lange’s ascent while playing on the Women’s International Squash Players Tour circuit has been substantial.

Last chance for Quakers

This weekend, six players from the women’s team and two players from the men’s team will head to the College Squash Association Individual Championships.

Penn women's squash title run goes through rivals

Playing a highly competitive schedule featuring virtually all of the nation’s best squads, the Penn women’s squash team has lost to just three teams this season—and they will likely need to beat all three of them this weekend in order to bring home a national title.

Identical twins face off in squash match

Madeleine and the No. 6 Stanford women’s squash team will compete against Leslie and the No. 3 Penn squad, reuniting a pair of twins who opted to wear different uniforms and compete on opposite coasts.

Stacked up against the ‘Big Four’

Currently seeded 5th in the nation, the women’s squash team will compete against all nine of the other top 10 teams, and every opponent on its schedule ranks in the top 20.

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