Articles by Michael San Soucie

03/24/10 4:19am
Ahead by 11 shots after two rounds, the Red and Blue seemed poised to take home first place despite windy conditions and an unfamiliar course.
02/05/10 5:42am

Penn faces final Ivy opponents

On the heels of a 9-0 loss to Princeton Jan. 27 in the team’s final home match of the season, the Quakers will head north to take on Harvard and Dartmouth this weekend.
01/27/10 5:05am

Looking to earn their stripes

Penn (5-4, 1-2 Ivy) plays its final home game of the season tonight against Ivy rival Princeton (5-1, 2-0) at Ringe Courts.
01/19/10 7:05am

Penn cruises past Ephs, Jeffs

The men’s squash team is winning at just the right time. With four more matches before championships, the Quakers’ road wins against Williams College, 5-4, and Amherst, 9-0, Saturday should provide the momentum the team needs for a strong end to the season.
01/13/10 1:22am

Penn set to take the (crab) cake from Navy in Md.

The Quakers are poised to repeat their 9-0 performance from last year after a long winter break
12/07/09 2:57am

Bulldogs, not Bears, have bark and bite

For a team still struggling to find momentum, the Penn men’s squash team took a step backwards Saturday, losing to Yale, 9-0. But yesterday the Quakers took two steps forward, defeating Brown 6-3 at Ringe Courts.
12/04/09 5:09am
After dominating Franklin and Marshall on Wednesday, Penn (1-2, 0-1 Ivy) will host Yale and Brown this weekend.
12/03/09 6:04am
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.
11/13/09 7:29am

Opening up at the Binghamtom Open

The Penn wrestling team begins its season Sunday at the Binghamton Open where over 300 wrestlers will represent more than 20 schools.
11/04/09 6:05am
The field hockey team lost to Columbia for only the second time in seven years.
10/21/09 4:51am
Behind the career-high numbers from Elizabeth Semmens — who earned Ivy League Player of the Week honors — Penn defeated both Dartmouth and Harvard in four sets to remain undefeated in Ivy League play.
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