Men's Squash Falls to No. 1 Trinity Friday in CSA

HARTFORD, Conn. - Matching up against top-ranked and host Trinity in the first round of the College Squash Association Potter Cup, the eighth-ranked University of Pennsylvania men's squash team was defeated 8-1 Friday afternoon.

The Quakers picked up just one individual match, coming from freshman Marwan Mahmoud in the No. 1 position on the ladder. It was the second time this season Mahmoud had defeated Trinity's top player Vrishab Kotian.

Penn (8-7) will now play fellow Ivy rival Yale on Saturday on the consolation side of the top-flight Potter Cup. The Bulldogs were edged by Columbia on Friday, 5-4.

For information throughout the weekend, visit the CSA website for frequent updates related to the tournament, by clicking here.

Fans can follow the Penn men’s team action on Twitter – @PennSquash.