PHILADELPHIA - Junior Gilly Lane and sophomore Lee Rosen of the Penn men's squash team have been named All-America by the College Squash Association. Lane has been named to the First Team while Rosen is a Second Team member.
Lane is now a three-time All-American after being named a second-teamer as a freshman and sophomore. With the honor, he joins an elite group of Quakers who have been named All-America three times - only Stewart Ballard C'89 and Steve Scharff C'95 have also achieved the feat. Lane is also a three-time All-Ivy selection.
Rosen, who had a breakout season as Penn's No. 2 player, earns his first All-America honor. He cemented his spot in the top 20 with his upset of 13th-seeded Eduardo Pereira of Trinity in the first round of the CSA Individual Championships.
Squash All-Americans are determined by the final individual rankings of the season. The top 10 players are named First Team All-America and the next 10 are second-teamers. Lane was ranked eighth in the nation, while Rosen finished 17th.