CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Two weeks after its sixth consecutive national championship, Harvard women's squash will be sending six of its student-athletes to compete at the CSA Individual National Championships. The tournaments will be taking place on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Three members of the team will compete for the Ramsay Cup in the A Division, while the other three will be competing for the Holleran Cup in Division B.
The defending Ramsay Cup champion, Gina Kennedy, was given the No. 1 overall seed in the top draw after an undefeated season. Kennedy will face off against Akanksha Salunkhe of Trinity in the first round.
Amelia Henley will join her fellow co-captain in the main draw. Henley was given the fourth overall seed after her 14-0 season, and is set to take on Alina Bushma of Drexel in her first match. The senior blanked Bushma, 3-0, in their match earlier this season.
Hana Moataz will be the third Crimson representative in the top draw. Moataz's will face off with Jessica Davis of Penn in her first-round matchup.
Hannah Craig, Maddie Chai and Eleonore Evans all earned spots in the Holleran Cup draw after spectacular 2019-20 campaigns. Evans earned the top overall seed in the South Division and will play Hamilton's Hope Worcester in the round of 16.
After a perfect 17-0 season, Craig is slated to take on Nanna Carleke of Trinity in the West Division. Chai, meawhile, earned the fourth overall seed in the North Bracket, and will face off with Bunny Fox of Columbia in her first matchup.
Gina Kennedy vs. Akanksha Salunkhe – 1 p.m. | Court 2
Amelia Henley vs. Alina Bushma – 11:10 a.m. | Court 2
Hana Moataz vs. Jessica Davis – 10:20 a.m. | Court 4
Hannah Craig vs. Nanna Carleke – 1 p.m. | Court 8
Eleonore Evans vs. Hope Worcester – 9:40 a.m. | Court 4
Maddie Chai vs. Bunny Fox – 9:00 a.m. | Court 4