PHILADELPHIA - The No. 5 Penn men's squash team will travel to New Jersey this weekend to compete in the 2006 College Squash Association Team Championships, hosted by Princeton.
The Quakers, who hold the fifth seed in the eight-team Potter Division field, will face fourth-seeded Harvard at 1:15 p.m. on Friday. That match will take place at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, N.J.
It will be the second time in a week Penn meets the Crimson, as the Quakers lost, 6-3, in Cambridge last Saturday.
Joining Penn and Harvardin the top half of thethePotter Divisionbracket are defending champion Trinity, the first seed,and its opponent, eighth-seeded Dartmouth. In the bottom half, No. 3 Princetonentertains No. 6 Western Ontario and No. 2 Yale will face No. 7 Williams.
Last year, Penn fell in the first round to Princeton, but picked up wins against Dartmouth and Cornellto winthe consolation bracket and finish fifth overall.
For the complete draw, including team line-ups, as well as driving directions to Princeton and Lawrenceville,visit http://www.squashtalk.com/collegesquash/MensCSAteams06.htm.