Men's Squash Set to Face Princeton

PHILADELPHIA – The nonconference season is over for the University of Pennsylvania men’s squash team. From now until the CSA Championships at the end of February, the 10th-ranked Quakers will be facing Ivy opponents, beginning with No. 7 Princeton tonight at 6 p.m. in Ringe Courts.

Penn (5-2, 1-1 Ivy) defeated Drexel last Wednesday, 7-2, to get itself back on track after tough road losses to No. 2 Harvard and No. 1 Trinity (Conn.). The Red and Blue will look to continue build upon that momentum into the remainder of the Ivy season, starting against the Tigers (3-3, 1-1 Ivy).

Historically the Ivy rival has had the Quakers number in the matchup, leading the overall series 81-11. Penn will look to reverse the trend against Princeton, with a deep lineup led by co-captains John Dudzik (5-2) and Jack Maine (5-2), and strengthened by Michael Mutscheller (5-2), Rahil Fazelbhoy (4-3), and George Lemmon (5-2).

Penn vs. Princeton
Overall Series: 11-81
Splits: Home (7-35), Away (4-42), Neutral (0-4)
Past Five Meetings:
1/30/2013 at Princeton L, 9-0
12/3/2011 PRINCETON L, 9-0
1/27/2011 at Princeton L, 9-0
1/27/2010 PRINCETON L, 9-0
2/20/2009 at Princeton – Potter CupL, 9-0