HANOVER, N.H. - The Penn men's squash team got back on the winning track Sunday, winning, 7-2, at Ivy League foe Dartmouth.
The Quakers (8-5, 3-3 Ivy League) snapped a three-match losing streak with the four-and-a-half hour victory. It was the final head-to-head match of the season for Penn.
"Playing Dartmouth on the road is always a little tougher," said Head Coach Craig Thorpe-Clark. "It was a lot tougher than the score indicated."
The match featured several tough five-game affairs in the middle of the line-up. Spencer Kurn won, 3-2, at No. 4, as did Andrew Zimmerman at No. 5. Graham Bassett was on the losing end of a five-gamer at No. 6.
Gilly Lane was a 3-1 winner at the top position, while No. 2 player Lee Rosen fell 1-3. Ben Ende, Jacob Himmelrich, Will Simonton, and Nick Malinowski all won, 3-0.
The Quakers will now compete in the CSA Team Championships next weekend at Princeton starting on Friday.