For the first time in program history the Dartmouth men's squash team is ranked fourth in the country by the College Squash Association.
The seventh-ranked Dartmouth men's squash team defeated No. 9 Drexel 6-3, in its last home match of the month on Saturday at the Berry Squash Courts.
After recording its second historic victory of the season against Princeton, the seventh ranked Dartmouth men's squash team lost its first Ivy League match of season to No. 2 Penn 5-4.
In its first match of 2016, the seventh ranked Dartmouth men's squash team defeated No. 11 Princeton, 8-1 for the first time time since the Ivy League started play in 1956-57.
Dartmouth Athletics has received a $250,000 gift that will provide a permanent source of funding to support squash at Dartmouth.
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After recording the decisive game-winning point against second-ranked Harvard, Dartmouth men's squash's Matthew Giegerich was named Harrow Sports College Player of the Week.
The squash teams have jumped out to a great start this season.
The Dartmouth men's squash team lost its first match of the season to top-ranked Trinity, 9-0 in Hartford, Conn.
The eleventh-ranked Dartmouth men's squash team increased its winning streak to four matches, as the Big Green defeated George Washington 6-3 and Navy 7-2 in Annapolis, Md.
On the heels of its historic victory over second-ranked Harvard, the No.11 Dartmouth men's squash team defeated tenth-ranked Franklin and Marshall, 7-2.
Freshman Matt Giegerich provided the decisive point with a 13-11 victory to boost the men's squash team to a 5-4 victory over Harvard on Tuesday evening.