Penn Squash Sends Nine to CSA Singles Championships this Weekend

PHILADELPHIA - A week after the Penn women's squash team finished second in the nation at the Howe Cup, and two weeks after the men's team captured the Hoehn Cup championship, nine Quakers are in search of an individual title at the CSA Singles Championships this Friday through Sunday at Trinity's Kellner Squash Center in Hartford, Conn.

Freshman Dan Greenberg will represent Penn on the men's side, competing for the Mollery Cup ("B" Division). Greenberg had a strong freshman campaign, spending time at the No. 1 and No. 2 positions for the Red and Blue, including a 3-1 win at the one spot in the first round of Team Championships. In the brackets, Greenberg received a bye the first round as the 12th seed, advancing to the round of 32.

For the women, freshmen Nabilla Ariffin (8-8), Rachael Goh (14-2), and Yarden Odinak (14-2), and senior co-captains Sydney Scott (10-5) and Kristen Lange (9-4) will compete in the Ramsey Cup ("A" Division), while freshman Stephanie Vogel (12-3), junior Annie Madeira (14-2), and seniors Britt Hebden (10-5) and Christina Matthias (14-2) will play in the Holleran Cup ("B" Division).

After finishing second in the nation for the past three years, Lange looks to finally claim that No. 1 rank in her last go-around. She enters the weekend with the No. 3 seed, facing Robyn Hodgson of Trinity first round.

Hebden as the sixth seed and Madeira as the 12th each were awarded byes in the first round of the Holleran Division, and wait to see who their opponent will be in the round of 32.

For the full draw sheets, starting times, and results throughout the weekend click here.