PHILADELPHIA -In a battle between the nation's top two teams, the University of Pennsylvania men's squash team fell to No. 1 Trinity on Saturday, 8-1. Derek Hsue was the lone Quaker to win his match, beating his opponent 3-0.
It was a tough day for Penn who played a lot of close games, but couldnt find a way to win. Karim Hussein fell 3-0, but lost his first two games 11-9 and 11-8.Max Reed suffered a similar fate, losing 11-8, 11-7, and 11-9.
James Watson found a way to take a game from his foe, 12-10, but it wasn't enough as his counterpart took a 3-1 win.
Tyler Odell took his opponent to a fifth game, but fell 11-8 in the deciding clash. Three of Odell's five games needed more than 11 points to win.
Penn returns home next Saturday with Ivy-rival Princeton making it's way to the Ringe Courts.