PHILADELPHIA -Taking on the No. 3 team in the country, the University of Pennsylvania women's squash team ran away with an 8-1 win on Saturday afternoon over archrival Princeton. The second-ranked Quakers improve to 8-1 on the season.
Continuing her outrageous statistical season, Marie Stephan moved to 9-0 on the season with another 3-0 win. She has won every individual game she's played in this season, improving to 27-0.
Reeham Salah won in the top spot for Penn. She fell in her first game, but rolled through her opponent in the next three for a 3-1 win.
Anaka Alankamony, Yan Xin Tan, Rowaida Attia, and Michelle Wong all breezed past the Tigers in their matches, walking away with 3-0 wins.
Camille Lanier used four games to close out her match. The senior captain won her final two games to give Quakers an insurance point.
In the most exciting match of the day, Grace van Arkel won a back-and-forth match 3-2. van Arkel won the final game 11-5.
Penn is back at it next weekend with two Ivy League matches at the Ringe Squash Courts. The Quakers will take on Brown and Yale.