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Women’s squash ends regular season strongly

Penn (12-2, 5-2 Ivy) won yet another match on Sunday, this time against Cornell (12-5, 3-4). With the win, the team ends its regular season on a five-match winning streak and remains undefeated in February after losing on Jan. 30 to Princeton.

Penn men's squash's international gap

The Quakers have an overall record of 3-4 so far this season, coming off of two decisive losses to No. 3 Harvard and No. 8 Dartmouth. What’s missing? One answer could be international players, who in recent years have been the key to winning titles for most successful squash programs.

Matt Sheridan spreads love of squash to inner-city children

While in high school at Choate Rosemary Hall in New Haven, Conn., Sheridan helped organize annual squash clinics for inner-city children in order to promote squash in urban areas. Now, as a member of the varsity squad at Penn, he is a member of the Youth Leadership Committee for RhodySquash, another organization that promotes squash in urban areas.

Brief | Squash opens season with Ivy Scrimmages

The women cruised through the matches with 8-1 and 7-2 wins against Cornell and Yale, respectively, and an impressive 6-3 victory against preseason No. 1 Harvard. Meanwhile, the men defeated Columbia, 5-4, and Dartmouth, 5-4, but fell to Cornell, 7-2.

Penn men's soccer seeking first home victory

The men’s soccer team hopes to turn around a heartbreaking stretch at home. The Quakers (2-8, 0-1 Ivy) have played five games on their home turf so far this season, all of which have been losses.

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