Though it’s often hard for a team to shake off the rust after a long break, the Penn women’s golf team seemed cobweb-free throughout the majority of its first tournament since October.
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The men’s squash team is hitting the road again.
While the Quakers may have added another tally to No. 1 Trinity’s 214-match winning streak last Saturday, the men’s squash team knows it’s time for a rebound.
The men’s squash team is winning at just the right time.
Following a lackluster first half of the season, the Penn men’s squash team hopes to start 2010 off on the right foot.
For a team still struggling to find momentum, the Penn men’s squash team took a step backwards Saturday, losing to Yale, 9-0.
This season, the Penn men’s squash team is no stranger to fatigue. Two weeks ago, the Quakers played a doubleheader against Cornell and Western Ontario in the same day — just minutes after one another.
With all of his teammates and packed bleachers cheering him on, men’s squash senior captain Mark Froot closed out a tough game last night with a 3-2 win.
Don’t let the man on the oatmeal box fool you — Quakers make good wrestlers.
The field hockey team had only lost to Columbia once in the last seven years entering last night’s matchup in New York.
Penn volleyball is on a roll.