NEW YORK – Adding to their already impressive collegiate resumes, Harvard women's squash seniors Gina Kennedy and Amelia Henley earned the fourth All-America nominations of their careers. Kennedy became just the 10th Crimson student-athlete to earn four first-team selections in a career and the first since Kayley Leonard '19. Sophomore Hana Moataz was also selected to the first-team for her first All-American appearance.
Kennedy's Ramsay Cup winning performance along with her 13-0 record helped her secure her fourth first-team nomination. Kennedy will now graduate as a four-time Howe Cup champion, a four-time All-American and a three-time Ramsay Cup champion. Henley's third nomination came after yet another undefeated 14-0 season and a semifinal appearance in the CSA Individual Nationals. Moataz's 14-0 record and runner-up finish in the Ramsay Cup Playoffs helped her secure the first-team spot.
Evans earned her All-America honors after posting an unblemished record of 16-0 and winning the Holleran Cup South bracket at the CSA Individual National Championships. Craig's Holleran Cup West title and a perfect 17-0 record put her on the second-team for the first time in her career.
These five and the rest of the 2019-20 Crimson helped Harvard win its sixth straight National Championship and extend its CSA record 83-match win streak.
To view the CSA criteria for All-American status, please view it here.
Lucy Beecroft (Yale University)
Jessica Davis (University of Pennsylvania)
Zoe Foo Yuk Han (George Washington University)
Amelia Henley (Harvard University)
Georgina Kennedy (Harvard University)
Sarahi Lopez Dominguez (Trinity College)
Hana Moataz (Harvard University)
Habiba Mohamed (Columbia University)
Sivasangari Subramaniam (Cornell University)
Karina Tyma (Drexel University)
Alina Bushma (Drexel University)
Hannah Craig (Harvard University)
Raneem El Torky (Princeton University)
Eleonore Evans (Harvard University)
Emma Jinks (University of Virginia)
Vanessa Raj (Trinity College)
Elle Ruggiero (Princeton University)
Akanksha Salunkhe (Trinity College)
Caroline Spahr (Princeton University)
Elena Wagenmans (Stanford University)