NEW YORK - The 15th-ranked Columbia men's squash team will look to bounce back this weekend facing two Ivy League opponents. To begin the weekend, Columbia will hit the road to face No. 10 Penn on Friday, Feb. 10 at 4 p.m.
The Lions will follow with their final home match of the season hosting No. 3 Princeton on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 2:30 p.m. Columbia will battle to improve on a 5-8 overall season record and 1-4 Ivy League record.
LAST TIME OUT
The Lions faced a challenging two days of competitive squash taking on two Ivy League opponents in Harvard and Dartmouth. Harvard defeated Columbia 9-0 on Friday, Feb. 3 at Street Squash. Dartmouth followed by handing the Lions a 9-0 loss on Sunday, Feb. 5.
SCOUTING THE QUAKERS
Penn will enter match coming off an 8-1 loss to No. 1 Yale. The tenth-ranked Quakers stand at 4-6 on the season. At 1-4 in the Ivy League, Penn shares sixth place with the Lions.
SCOUTING THE TIGERS
At 10-1, no. 3 Princeton will enter the weekend coming off two Ivy League wins. The teams' latest win was a 9-0 victory over Brown. The Tigers stand atop the Ivy League with a 5-0 record.