Men’s squash team most improved in the country

After a lengthy three-week break, the Drexel women’s squash team spent the past weekend preparing for the Women’s National Team Championships in Princeton, N.J. The Dragons last faced George Washington University Feb. 2, when they were blanked by the No. 9 Colonials, 9-0. Before that match they were scorching hot,… Continued

Quakers defeat Dragons squash

The Drexel squash team took the short trip over to the Ringe Courts at the University of Pennsylvania to compete in a match hosted by the Quakers. The Drexel men’s squash team fell to Penn 7-2 and the women’s team was defeated 9-0. “Even though we lost, it was a… Continued

No. 1 Trinity too much for Drexel

The Drexel men’s and women’s squash teams returned from winter vacation and resumed the season Jan. 8. The No. 14 women’s team stumbled out of the gate against the No. 5 team in the country, the Yale University Bulldogs, getting shut out 9-0. The team lost all nine in straight… Continued

Tigers sweep Drexel squash

Both the Drexel men and women’s squash teams fell to Princeton University this past week, more than a full week removed from their previous appearance on the court. After the long hiatus, the teams failed to capitalize on the opportunity to begin their first winning streak of the season. Each… Continued

Squash teams salvage wins over Williams

Both the men’s and women’s squash teams returned to the home courts for Drexel over the weekend. Unfortunately, things quickly went south, and both teams lost their first two matches Nov. 22 and 23. They both did, however, manage to salvage the final match of the weekend. Nov. 22 was… Continued

Drexel squash begins third season

Now into their third year as a Division I program, the Drexel squash teams are ready to take a big step forward this season. Both the men’s and the women’s teams open their seasons Nov. 16. The men will compete in a doubleheader against both the United States Naval Academy… Continued

Growth of Drexel mirrors growth of squash

2010 was a pivotal year for the future of Drexel University. President John A. Fry was elected to his position, and it seemed like the construction began almost immediately and the building blocks were put in place to become a world-leading modern university. Little did we know at the time… Continued