Wins for the Colonials came from junior Salim Khan at the No. 1 spot and freshman Rohan Bagli at the No. 9 slot.
Men’s and women’s squash each picked up one win and two losses in last weekend’s Mid-Atlantic Squash Conference (MASC) Championships.
Men’s and women’s squash nabbed wins up and down the ladder against Dickinson Saturday, which was also senior day for the teams.
Head coach Anderson Good said both squads came together during their time on the road, but players need to improve their consistency and patience.
GW jumped out to an early lead after the first rotation thanks to a 48.975 on the vault that matched its season-high performance from its opening meet.
Six Colonials extended their matches past three games and five games were decided in extra points.
Men’s squash was downed by Virginia and Princeton, while women’s squash suffered the same fate against Princeton this weekend.
Senior Suzanne Dannheim nabbed second overall, while junior Margaret Coogan placed fifth and sophomore Mariah Moro placed 14th.
Players and head coach Shane Winkler said the team will rely on senior leadership to power through its fall slate.