Colonials Win All Matches in Straight Sets For Third Consecutive Time
2015-2016: 2015-16 College Squash Association Second Team All-American ... Holleran Cup (B-Division) D-Draw Champion at CSA Individual National Championships ... Finished the season with seven victories...two wins at No. 4, two wins at No. 5, one win at No. 6, and two wins at No. 7...Concluded her collegiate career with an 11-6, 11-9, 11-6 triumph over D. Ellkeweia of Franklin & Marshall...Picked up wins over No. 18 Bates (11-5, 11-5, 11-4 over Emma Dunn) and No. 20 Wesleyan (11-1, 11-4, 11-4 over Tatum Leclair)...Named to the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
2014-15: Finished with seven victories ... five wins at No. 7 and one win each at Nos. 5 and 6 ... six of her seven victories came in straight sets ... defeated Charlotte Cabot of No. 15 Bates (11-8, 16-14, 16-14) on Jan. 3.
2013-14: Totaled 11 victories with five wins at No. 4, four at No. 5 and two at No. 3 ... eight victories came in straight sets ... finished 3-2 in matches extending past three sets ... went 1-2 at CSA Team Nationals ... defeated Lesea Bourke of No. 10 Bates (11-8, 11-6, 11-7) on Jan. 18.
2012-13: Finished tied for third on team with 10 individual victories in debut season ... posted four wins at No. 4., three wins at No. 3, two wins at No. 2 and one win at No. 5 ... won eight matches in straight sets ... defeated Tara Tischio of No. 12 Colby (11-2, 11-5, 11-1) on Dec. 2 ... went 1-2 at CSA Team Championships.
High School/Club: Two-sport athlete at Lower Merion High School ... served as Captain of both the varsity Tennis and Squash teams ... qualified for the U.S. Squash Closed Junior National Championships ... ended season as the 27th-ranked individual in the Junior National Squash Rankings ... played to 14-1 record as a senior on squash team ... recipient of Lower Merion Varsity Letter Award as a senior ... also received Opposition Coach Best & Fairest Award ... named to All Main Line Team for Varsity Tennis (2008-11) ... took first place at the GU19 Israel Junior Open in 2011 ... also placed fourth at the U.S. Squash Junior Silver Nationals (2011) ... took first place at U.S. Squash Bronze Nationals First Place ... recipient of Most Improved Award (2009) ... member of National Honor Society ... graduated with 4.4 GPA.
Personal: Born Emely Julia Levyn in Philadelphia, Pa. ... daughter of Jonathan and Bunny Levyn ... has older sisters Elise and Sasha ... intended major is Business Administration with a concentration in Finance.