Sophomore Lina Qostal was only one of several standouts for Penn women's tennis this weekend, as the Quakers trounced a strong St. John's team by a comfortable 6-1 score.
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Junior No. 2 Melissa Alves defeated Harvard's Gina Kennedy in straight sets, but the Quakers fell to the Crimson 7-2.
If Penn men's squash is to pull off the upset of the century in the CSA Team Championships first round against No. 1 Trinity, the Quakers' star, junior Marwan Mahmoud, will need to bring everything to the table.
After missing Penn's match against Stanford the last time out, the Quaker's No. 2 Melissa Alves stepped right back into the action with a 3-0 win over her Princeton opponent.
Despite playing four matches in four days, junior captain Melissa Alves went undefeated over the weekend at the No. 2 spot, winning her last two in straight sets.
Junior Marwan Mahmoud was the only Quaker who was able to hold on to an early lead in his match, capturing Penn's lone victory in an 8-1 loss to No. 1 Trinity. Mahmoud, Penn's No. 1 player, improved to an impressive 6-0 on the season.
After a tumultuous journey to University City, Penn squash's BG Lemmon improbably set the program record for career wins with a 15-2 season his junior year.
Junior Marwan Mahmoud clinched a hard-fought win for No. 6 Penn men's squash on Sunday, winning a five-game bout to seal a 5-4 victory over No. 4 Saint Lawrence.
Led by a pair of 3-0 victories from defending CSA first team All-American and junior Marwan Mahmoud, Penn men's squash was able to handily defeat both George Washington and Virginia over the weekend.
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