Men's Squash Takes on Trinity Saturday

PHILADELPHIA - The Penn men's squash team will have a challenge in front of it on Saturday at noon when the Quakers take on 11-time defending national intercollegiate champion Trinity (9-0).

Penn has been playing quite well lately, capturing five of its last six matches, and the last four straight. Last weekend the Quakers came away with a 9-0 win over Amherst and a 5-4 defeat of Williams College in the Berkshires.

However, Trinity's dominance is a bit on the larger spectrum - The Bantams own the longest winning streak in the history of intercollegiate varsity sports, and recently extended it to 211 matches in a row with their 8-1 victory over Yale on Wednesday.

Trinity has eight top 25 ranked individuals in its lineup, including No. 1 two-time defending CSA National Individual Champion Baset Chaudhry.

Penn will put their best effort out on the courts and hope to put at least a blemish on the Bantam's individual's match records. Trinity has only lost two matches in the ladder this season with Yale and Bates each stealing one. Who knows, perhaps the longest streak will come to an end.