Women's Squash Swept at Yale Round Robin
Colonials Face St. Lawrence on Thursday at Home
Jan. 17, 2012
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The No. 14-ranked George Washington women's squash team competed at the annual Yale Round Robin this past weekend, dropping three matches to No. 6 Stanford, No. 10 Williams and No. 12 Middlebury.
GW (5-5) was swept in straight sets in its first match of the weekend against No. 6 Stanford. The Colonials rebounded to win several sets against No. 10 Williams but ultimately lost, 9-0. Sophomore Jackie Shea stole the third set in the No. 1 position against Alli Rubin before falling 3-1 (11-4, 11-6, 6-11, 11-7).
On Sunday against Middlebury, Shea won the first two sets in the No. 1 position against Elena Laird but ultimately conceded a 3-2 decision, 6-11, 7-11, 13-11, 11-5, 11-9.
The Colonials will return home to face St. Lawrence on Thursday afternoon at the Matthew J. Grossman Squash Courts at Lerner Health & Wellness Center at 4:30 pm.
13 GW VARSITY PROGRAMS RECOGNIZED WITH PERFECT GRADUATION SUCCESS RATE
GW student-athletes see graduation success seven percent higher than NCAA average
No. 13 Women's Squash Buries Johns Hopkins, 9-0
Colonials yet to drop a game after season-opening weekend
No. 13 Women's Squash Rolls Georgetown, 9-0
Colonials sweep all matches in season debut
Women's Squash Season Outlook
Colonials open 2016-17 season with two home matches
Squash’s Wendy Lawrence Named to Squash Magazine’s Top Fifty
George Washington Squash head coach Wendy Lawrence was named to Squash Magazine’s Top Fifty, a list that recognizes the most influential people in each...
@GWSquash Wraps Action at US Squash Intercollegiate Doubles
Freshmen Women's Duo Finish Runner Up
Women's @GWSquash Announces 2016-17 Schedule
Colonials to Host Seven Matches at Matthew J. Grossman Squash Courts
Women's @GWSquash Welcomes Five for 2016-17
Quintet to Add Depth as Colonials Look to Return to CSA's Howe Cup (A-Division)