AMHERST, Mass. - The Penn men's and women's squash teams will compete individually this weekend in the College Squash Association Individual Championships at Amherst. The tournament will determine who is named All-America on both the men's and women's sides.
The Quakers are well-represented in the tournament. In the top-flight men's draw, the Potter Division, Gilly Lane (10th seed)and Lee Rosen (19th seed) will compete, while in the second-tier MolloyDivision,Jacob Himmelrich (Third seed) and Andrew Zimmerman (second seed) will look to place highly.
On the women's side, Radhika Ahluwalia (21st seed), Paula Pearson (14th seed) and Tara Chawla (26th seed) compete in the top-level Ramsay Division, and Lauralynn Drury (Fifth seed) and Caitlin Russell (Second seed) play in the second-tier Holleran Division.
The top 10 finishers in the top divisions will be named First-Team All-Americans, while the next 10 finisherswill beSecond-Team All-Americans.
Results will be updated online at http://www.tennisinformation.com/tourny/5/1/6/4/8/5/4/draws.asp.