Princeton, NJ — The Women’s College Squash Association Individual Championships concluded with the Ramsay Cup (A Division) final.
History was in the air for the final. Amanda Sobhy, who had lost only a single game in college, was going for her fourth individual title. This would tie Gail Ramsay, who captured four individual titles (1977 – 1980) as a student at Penn State.
This marked the ninth college meeting between Sobhy and El Defrawy. In their first meeting, El Defrawy won a single game, the only game Sobhy had lost in college.
El Defrawy was motivated. She charged to a first game victory, which put the crowd on edge. Sobhy, the 2015 Richey Award winner, recovered and won the next three games to earn the title (9-11, 11-6, 11-5, and 11-5).
In the coming days, CollegeSquashAssociation.com will have video from the Men’s College Squash Association Individual Championships (Pool Trophy) final.
Below is video of the match.