Men’s squash recorded three wins over higher-ranked opponents to capture the Hoehn Cup and end the season ranked No. 9 in the nation.
The women’s squad hosted No. 12 Cornell Friday before both teams faced off against Yale and Columbia on Saturday and Sunday.
The last time the Colonials went 2–7 in their opening nine matches was in the 2006-07 season when GW went 6–11 on the season.
Men’s squash swept the Ephs to grab a win while the bottom half of women’s squash’s ladder struggled in a loss.
The Colonials are riding their longest losing streak since 2015 and have dropped to a No. 14 ranking.
Officials said the IT division has utilized some cost-cutting measures but has retained employees as IT offices nationwide struggle with shrinking budgets.
The Colonials opened the 2018-19 season with a perfect record after GW swept all of its opponents in play over the weekend.
Each Colonial up and down the men’s and women’s ladders recorded a sweep against Georgetown’s club squash team.
Senior sailor Riley Legault is the first Colonial to compete at four consecutive ICSA Singlehanded Championships.
Sophomore midfielder Natalie Silberman netted the game-winner in the ninth minute of overtime action.