Gilly Lane and Richard Dodd are two assistant coaches who have made an immediate impact during their time with the Red and Blue.
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.
Michelle Wong, a freshman from the Malaysia province, has burst onto the scene and played an integral role in the No. 3 Quakers’ 8-2 record this season.
Clutch performances and strong play in general powered Penn squash to a combined 3-1 record in its Ivy weekend.
Following in the footsteps of the men, the No. 3 women’s squad grinded out an impressive 6-3 win over the No. 4 Tigers.
Penn men’s squash came up clutch en route to its 7-2 upset of the Tigers, ending a 45-match losing streak against the rival school that dated back to 1974.
Despite the frigid, sub-freezing temperatures outside, the Red and Blue put up sizzling performances and didn’t miss a beat on Wednesday en route to two convincing victories.
8:00 a.m. — The doors to the Palestra open. Soon afterward, buses from Temple and La Salle show up filled with students (some visibly drunk) ready to support their respective squads in the 12:00 game.
After blowing a double digit lead in the second half, the Quakers were able to keep their win streak intact, pulling off a 67-66 upset over Miami.
The Quakers have a healthy dose of poise to thank for their 6-3 victory over Navy.
After coming out last season alternating wins and losses, Penn men’s squash has shown improvement this year by winning its first two matches over quality opponents.
After the Thanksgiving break, Villanova came out sporting a sterling 7-0 record. Penn, on the other hand, came off a blowout victory over Niagara and followed it up with a close loss to Lafayette.
Both squash teams have emerged with perfect records and hope to build on that momentum as they near Ivy play.
Ranked 14th in the nation and slotted to finish seventh in the Ivy League this season, the men’s team will start its season Saturday afternoon against an 11th ranked Williams squad. Ranked third nationwide in the preseason and predicted to finish second in the Ancient Eight, the women are trying to show that they have what it takes to bring home an Ivy title.
Emerging from the gauntlet last season as the team’s No. 1 is sophomore and Pennsylvania native Tyler Odell, who grew up playing squash just 30 minutes away from Penn’s campus.
In the third-place game of the Howe Cup, Penn’s women’s squash exacted revenge on its conference rival, Princeton.
As the only seniors on Penn’s women’s squash team, Chloe Blacker, Hyland Murphy and Courtney Jones know that this will be the final year for them to make an impact on this program.
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