The men's and women's squash teams enjoyed their best outing of the season last weekend, going undefeated at a home tournament at the Lubin Family Squash Center. The men's team gained four straight wins, while the women's team dominated with a pair of victories.

The men had an impressive series of victories against Boston College (9-0), Tufts (9-0) Denison (9-0) and Connecticut College (8-1), improving their season record to 7-8 overall.

The women extended their winning streak to three matches with victories against Tufts (8-1) and Connecticut College (9-0), improving their season to 5-11 overall and their NESCAC record to 3-5.

Andrew Hilboldt '13 was excited about the way that the team performed.

"This past weekend was about improving," Hildbolt said. "It is easy to go into a match expecting to win and lowering your standards. However, I think a lot of players were able to improve certain aspects of their game, which will serve well against tougher opponents."

"We had a tough stretch of close matches, and the weekend was good to get our confidence back as well," he added.

The men's team was led by Andy Bernard '11, Stephan Danyluk '14, Hilboldt, Will Fantini '13 and Rahul Madan Mohan '11, who all posted perfect 4-0 records.

Four of the Bowdoin women came away from the weekend without dropping a single set; Lauren Gesswein '11, Alex Peacock-Vilada '11, Michaela Martin '14 and Gretchen Williams '14 posted perfect 3-0 scores against both Tufts and Connecticut College.

Christiana Whitcomb '14 was optimistic about the team's upcoming matches.

"This week the team is working really hard to get ready for the NESCAC tournament this weekend," she said. "Last weekend was great for us as everyone played really well and we beat Tufts and Connecticut College, so hopefully we will have some momentum going into this weekend."

Both squads will return to the court this weekend at the NESCAC championship, which will be hosted by Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.

The men are seeded sixth and are set to face off against 11th-seeded Connecticut College today at 5 p.m. The winner of this match will advance to compete against third-seeded Bates on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.

The women are seeded eighth and will oppose NESCAC rival ninth-seeded Colby on Friday at 7 p.m. The winner of this match will take on defending conference champion Trinity on Saturday at 9 a.m.