CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The No. 5 Penn men's squash team won three points from the middle of the line-up, but itwas not enough asitfell to No. 2 Harvard, 6-3, Saturday afternoon.
The Quakers (7-5, 2-3 Ivy League) lost their third straight match, but overall, were pleased with the performance against a team they lost to, 8-1, last season.
"It's like one of the players said, in the past we played with them, but today we fought them," said Head Coach Craig Thorpe-Clark. "We're all very pleased with the result."
Penn's points came on wins by freshmen Andrew Zimmerman at No. 5, a 3-1 winner, and Nick Malinowski at No. 9, who won 3-1. Senior Jacob Himmelrich, in a match reminiscent if his victory against Princeton on Wednesday, won 3-2 at No. 7 thanks to his 10-9 win in the fifth game.