Hannah Craig
Hannah Craig
Year: Junior
Hometown: Belfast, Northern Ireland
High School: Strathearn School
Major: History & Literature
House Affiliation: Quincy

Junior (2019-20)
Holleran Cup West champion … Helped the team earn its sixth straight Howe Cup at the CSA National Championships … Played in, and won, every match for the Crimson, recording a 17-0 mark on the season … Played a majority of her matches as the team’s six and seven … Went 7-0 at the sixth position … Earned an 8-0 record at the seventh position … Won both her matches as the team’s No. 4 … Extended her winning streak in scoring matches to 41-straight … Shut out her opponents 14 times in match play … Defeated Morgan Steelman of Princeton, 3-0, in the CSA National Championship match … Recorded a 3-0 win over Nanna Clarke of Trinity in the Howe Cup semifinals … Defeated Columbia’s Jaen Pincus, 3-1 in the Howe Cup quarterfinals … Outscored Cornell’s McKenna Stoltz, 33-9, in a shutout win. 

Sophomore (2018-19)
Finished the season undefeated with an 11-0 record ... a member of the team that won the National Championship and Ivy League title ... Defeated Ashita Bhendgra, 11-9, 11-9, 11-6 in the National Championship match ... Beat Tufts' Catherine Shanahan, 11-5,11-7,11-7 as the team's No. 5 ... Scored two wins as the team's No. 7 .. Added another victory as the team's No. 8 ... Untouched as the team's No. 9, winning all seven matches. 

Freshman (2017-18)
Holleran West Quarterfinalist ... Went 13-0 (7-0 Ivy) for a squad that won the National Championship (Howe Cup) and Ivy League title ... At No. 8, defeated Dartmouth's Zainab Molani, 3-0 (Dec. 6) ... Won against Lauren Leizman, 3-0, of Cornell at No. 9 (Jan. 13) ... Topped Columbia's Julia Masch in straight games at No. 9 (Jan. 14) ... Victorious over Lauren Banner, 3-0, of Tufts at slot seven (Jan. 20) ... Defeated Stanford's Tatyanna Dadabbo, 3-0, at spot No. 8 (Jan. 21) ... Beat Drexel's Emma MacGillivray, 3-0, at No. 9 (Jan. 28) ... Swept Trinity's Karolina Holinkova, 3-0, at No. 9 (Jan. 29) ... Defeated Princeton's Madison Soukup, 3-1, at No. 9 (Feb. 3) ... Swept Penn's Nicole Windreich at No. 9 (Feb. 4) ... Swept Yale's Emily Sherwood at No. 9 (Feb. 9) ... Beat Brown's Hannah Safford in three games at No. 8 (Feb. 11) ... At the Howe Cup (Feb. 17-18): swept Yale's Emily Sherwood in the national semifinal and Trinity's Karolina Holinkova in the final (both at No. 9) ... At the Holleran Cup West Draw (March 2-4): Ninth seed; swept Rebecca Brownell, 11-4, 11-7, 11-8, in Round of 16; fell to top-seed, Holleran West finalist Reneem El Torkey of Princeton, 10-12, 5-11, 11-13, in quarterfinal round.

Before Harvard
Captain of the Strathearn squash team … Captain of the Irish U17 and U19 Junior teams … Two-time European Super Series champion (U17 Swiss Junior Open and U19 French Junior Open) … Two-time winner of the U19 Irish Junior Open … Four-time Junior Irish National Champion … Reigning Irish Senior National Champion.