Williams came so close last season to capturing the 2012 Kurtz Cup.
After the season, NESCAC recognized players for outstanding sportsmanship.
A number of squash players received NESCAC All-Academic honors.
NESCAC released its 2011-2012 All-Conference women’s squash team earlier this spring.
Here are photos of the match between Carolyn Kaemmer (Williams) and Lena Rice (Amherst).
Here is video of the match between Elena Laird (Middlebury) and Courtney Bogle (Williams).
Expect last season’s Kurtz Cup finalists to be stronger this year.
In March, NESCAC announced its 2010-2011 women’s All-Conference squash teams.
Here are photos of the match between Jenny Chu (Wesleyan) and Eliana Saltzman (Williams).
Each year, the Women’s CSA recognizes its players who have exemplified the true definition of a student athlete.
Williams will seek to continue their streak of “A” Division appearances into the 2010-2011 season.
At the 2010 Individual Championships, Williams’ Laura Henry and Northeastern’s Teresa Martin played a match.
Being named a Scholar Athlete for the College Squash Association is an honor reserved for student athletes that meet extensive criteria in the classroom and on the squash courts.
Recently, NESCAC announced its Women’s All-Conference team. Williams’ Toby Eyre and Trinity’s Nour Baghat were each named to the first team. Here is video from their match in December.
The New England Small College Athletic Conference has announced its 2009-2010 All-Conference squash teams.