MASSACHUSETTS- The Penn women's squash team remained perfect on the year as they defeated Williams 8-1 and Amherst 9-0 on Saturday afternoon. The matches were the team's first since returning from a winter-break trip to South Africa.
At Williams, Sydney Scott fell in her first match at the No. 1 position, but the Quakers were able to claim victory in the other eight positions.
Amherst was even more of a dominating effort, as all nine players earned 3-0 victories. Sydney Scott remained at No. 1 and claimed victory, while Kristen Lange and Alisha Turner rounded out the top three players for Penn. Britt Hebden, Tara Chawla and Annie Madeira followed, while Christina Matthias, Lauralynn Drury and Emily Goodwin rounded out the strong bottom of the ladder for the Quakers.
In the overwhelming victory, the Quakers allowed Amherst just 17 points in the entire match, while Alisha Turner, Christina Matthias and Emily Goodwin all claiming straight set victories of 9-0, 9-0, 9-0.
The team is back in action Sunday when it travels to New Haven to take on Bowdoin.