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Thirteen Ivies Named Women's CSA All-Americans

Thirteen Ivies Named Women's CSA All-Americans

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Thirteen Ivies garnered All-America honors from the Women’s College Squash Association (CSA), led by four from national champion Harvard.

Seven Ivies were named to the First Team, while six were selected as members of the Second Team. Placement on the All-America teams is primarily based on the CSA’s final individual rankings of the season—though the winners of each of the four draws for positions 17-80 at the CSA Individual Championships earn automatic Second Team All-America status.

Harvard was 1-of-3 Ivies to produce a pair of First Team honorees in freshman Gina Kennedy—the Ivy League Rookie of the Year—and sophomore Kayley Leonard. Freshman Amelia Henley and junior Alyssa Mehta also represented the Crimson on the Second Team.

Penn and Yale joined Harvard in producing a First Team All-America duo. Sophomore Reeham Sedky Salah—the Ivy League Player of the Year—and junior Marie Stephan were honored from the Quaker side, while freshman Lucy Beecroft and senior Jenny Scherl were tabbed as the Bulldog selections.

Princeton junior Olivia Fiechter also earned First Team All-America accolades.

Columbia and Cornell each had a tandem selected to the Second Team. Big Red juniors Michelle Garceau and Margaux Losty claimed the honor, while Lion junior Tanvi Khanna and senior Colette Sultana also garnered national recognition.

Six of eight Ivy League programs were represented on the All-America teams—Harvard (4), Columbia (2), Cornell (2), Penn (2), Yale (2) and Princeton (1).