Randy Lim recently completed his first season as an assistant coach with the men's and women's squash teams at the University of Pennsylvania in the 2011-12 season. Lim came to Penn after graduating from Trinity College in the spring of 2011.
In his first year as an assistant, the men's team just missed qualifying for the Potter Cup before it rebounded and captured the Hoehn Cup, finishing as the ninth-ranked team in the country. He was also instrumental in helping to develop Penn's first All-American on the men's side since the 2006-07 season. On the women's side, Penn finished as top five team nationally and earned four All-American slots.
At trinity, Lim was a four-time All-American and a member of four national championship teams. During his collegiate career, he compiled a record of 60-10, including an 18-2 mark as a senior. During the 2011 CSA Individual Championships, Lim was one of four Trinity players to make the quarterfinals.
Lim helped the Bantams capture their 13th consecutive national championship on the men's side in 2011. He graduates with Trinity having won the last 244 matches coming into this season. This streak dates back to February 22, 1998.
In his new position, Lim will provide Penn another experienced playing partner for both the men's and women's sides. He will serve as an assistant on both squads as Penn enters its second season of squash with Head Coach Jack Wyant coaching both the men's and women's side.