Men's Squash Earns Highest National Ranking in Program History at No. 16
Colonials Face Kenyon & No. 25 Hobart on Sunday
Nov. 6, 2012
WASHINGTON - The GW men's squash team has earned its highest national ranking in program history, entering the College Squash Association (CSA) preseason poll at No. 16, as announced by the organization on Monday evening.
GW (1-0) opened its season with a convincing 9-0 sweep of Georgetown on Friday evening, winning eight of nine matches in straight sets.
The Colonials concluded last season as the 17th-ranked team in the CSA following their Summers Cup (C-Division) Championship.
GW returns to action this weekend with a pair of matches against Kenyon and No. 25 Hobart on Sunday in Annapolis, Md.
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