Squash Adds Randy Lim as Assistant Coach

PHILADELPHIA - The University of Pennsylvania's head coach of squash Jack Wyant has announced the addition of Randy Lim to his coaching staff. Lim comes to Penn from the squash power house Trinity College after graduating this past May.

At trinity, Lim was a four-time All-American and a member of four national championship teams. During his four seasons at Trinity, he compiled a record of 60-10, including an 18-2 mark a senior. During the individual championships this past spring, Lim came into the draw seeded 15th but used an upset over the second-ranked player in the draw to advance into the quarterfinals, where he was joined by three of his teammates in that round.

The 2011 season also saw Lim help the Bantams capture their 13th consecutive national championship on the men's side. They have won the last 244 matches they have played in, a streak that goes back to February 22, 1998.

In his new position, Lim will provide Penn another experienced playing partner for both the men's and women's sides. He will serve as an assistant on both squads as Penn enters its second season of squash with Wyant coaching both the men's and women's side. Recently, the Penn sports Network sat down with Lim to discuss his appointment. The interview is available above.