Sophomore Aditi Prasad of the Wesleyan women's squash team competed in the Holleran Cup (B Division South) at the 2019 College Individual Championships today in the Nicol Squash Club at Moses Brown School. Prasad lost both of her matches as her impressive sophomore season has come to an end.
All-NESCAC First Team selections Sean Choi and Aditi Prasad will compete in the 2019 College Squash Association (CSA) Individual National Championships Friday-Sunday, March 1-3 at the Nicol Squash Club (Moses Brown School) in Providence, R.I. Brown University will serve as host of the tournament.
The 23rd-ranked Wesleyan University women’s squash team won the Consolation Finals of the Walker Cup (C Division) at the 2019 CSA Women’s National Team Championships. The Cardinals lost to No. 18 Dickinson on Friday, 8-1, but responded with a 6-3 victory over No. 22 Hamilton the following day and a 7-2 win over No. 21 Mount Holyoke in the Consolation Finals.
Sophomores Sean Choi and Aditi Prasad of the Wesleyan University squash teams were both named 2019 All-NESCAC First Team selections, as voted on by the conference coaches and announced Friday by the league office.
The nationally-ranked No. 23 Wesleyan University women's squash team will compete in the 2019 College Squash Association (CSA) Women's Team National Championships this weekend, beginning Friday, Feb. 22 and wrapping up Sunday, Feb. 24. The Cardinals earned the No. 7 seed in the Walker Cup (C Division) and will face the No. 8 seed, Dickinson College, in the Quarterfinals at 12 p.m. Friday. Wesleyan and Trinity are hosting the tournament, marking the first time-ever that non-Ivy League schools are serving as hosts.
The eighth-seeded Wesleyan University women's squash team lost a pair of matches on the second day of the NESCAC Championships hosted by Trinity. The Cardinals dropped their quarterfinal match against the top-seeded Bantams, 9-0, and were defeated 9-0 in the consolation round in the afternoon against fifth-seeded Tufts.
The eighth-seeded Wesleyan University women’s squash team swept ninth-seeded Colby College in the First Round of the 2019 NESCAC Championships on Friday evening at Trinity College. With the win, the Cardinals improve to 6-8 and will play No. 1 Trinity tomorrow at 10 a.m.
The 24th-ranked Wesleyan University women’s squash team will compete in the 2019 NESCAC Women’s Squash Championships this weekend and will enter the tournament as the No. 8 seed. The Cardinals will face ninth-seeded and nationally-ranked No. 25 Colby College in the First Round on Friday, Feb. 8 at 6 p.m. on the campus of Trinity College.
The 21st-ranked Wesleyan University women’s squash team competed in the Little Three Championship at Williams College on Saturday in its 2018-19 regular-season finale. The Cardinals fell to No. 15 Williams in their morning match, 9-0, and dropped its afternoon match to No. 16 Amherst, 7-2.
In its first match of the Pioneer Valley Invitational, the No. 21 Wesleyan University women's squash team defeated No. 28 Haverford College, 7-2 on Friday afternoon. With the win, the Cardinals improved to 5-5 with their second consecutive victory, while the Fords dropped to 5-3.
The 20th-ranked Cardinals women’s squash team split its doubleheader on the final day of the Wesleyan Round Robin on Sunday afternoon. After falling to No. 17 Dickinson in their first match of the day, 9-0, they responded nicely with a 9-0 sweep over No. 37 Bard. Wesleyan is now 2-3 overall on the year.
The 20th-ranked Wesleyan women’s squash team hosted No. 21 Franklin & Marshall on Saturday afternoon on Day 2 of the Wesleyan Round Robin, and fell 8-1. With the loss, the Cardinals are now 1-2 on the season.
The Wesleyan University women’s squash team defeated William Smith College Friday night in the first round of the Wesleyan Round Robin, 8-1. With the victory, the Cardinals improve to 1-1 on the season.
The No. 20 Wesleyan University women’s squash team kicked its season off with an away match-up against No. 19 Tufts. Despite the close difference in rankings, the Cardinals struggled to upset the more experienced NESCAC rival as they dropped the match, 9-0. Wesleyan is now 0-1 following its season-opening loss while the Jumbos grabbed their first win.
Laila Samy’s Wesleyan squash career came to a close this weekend at the CSA Individual Championships in Washington, D.C., where the senior was eliminated from the Ramsay Division Main Draw and Consolation with a pair of losses on Friday.
Senior Laila Samy and freshman Sean Choi of the Wesleyan University squash teams will compete in the College Squash Association (CSA) Individual Championships held in Washington, D.C. at George Washington University and Squash on Fire, March 2-4.
For the second consecutive season, senior Laila Samy of the Wesleyan women’s squash team has been named the NESCAC Player of the Year as voted on by the conference coaches and announced Thursday by the league office. She also earned her fourth All-NESCAC First Team honor.
Senior Laila Samy highlighted the day for the Wesleyan women’s squash team as she was named the 2018 Betty Richey Award winner on Sunday at Harvard, which is the most prestigious annual honor bestowed by the College Squash Association (CSA). With another win this morning, Samy concluded her dual-match season with a perfect 24-0 record, however, the 21st-ranked Cardinals lost to 18th-ranked Tufts, 7-2, to finish fourth in the Walker Cup “C” Division of the CSA National Team Championships.
No. 17 Dickinson defeated No. 21 Wesleyan, 7-2, in the semifinals of the CSA National Championships “C” Division Walker Cup on Saturday, beating the Cardinals for the second time this season on their way to the divisional finals tomorrow. With the loss, Wesleyan moves into the third-place playoff.
The No. 21 Wesleyan University women’s squash team upset No. 20 Franklin & Marshall in the first round of the CSA National Team Championships on Friday at Harvard, edging the Diplomats 5-4 in a dramatic finish capped with a win by senior captain Tatum LeClair to clinch the victory.
Senior Laila Samy of the 21st-ranked Wesleyan University women’s squash team has been named a 2018 Betty Richey Award finalist—the most prestigious annual individual honor bestowed by the College Squash Association (CSA). She is joined by Princeton University’s Olivia Fiechter and Raneem Sharaf of Trinity College.
Freshman Natasha Feenstra was the hero for the Wesleyan University women’s squash team on Sunday, winning the deciding match with the score at 4-4 to help the Cardinals defeat host Hamilton College in the seventh-place match at the NESCAC Championships. The 21st-ranked Cardinal squad was pushed to the brink by the No. 22 Continentals, but for the second time this season, Wesleyan prevailed thanks, in part, to strong play at the top of the lineup.
The Wesleyan University women’s squash team dropped a pair of matches on Day 2 of the NESCAC Championships at Hamilton College, first falling 8-1 to Little Three rival Williams before going down to Bates 7-2 later in the day. Despite the setbacks, there were some impressive individual performances from the Cardinals throughout the day against the No. 13 Ephs and No. 19 Bobcats.