HANOVER, N.H. – The Haverford College squash programs were represented by first year members Kaitlin Reese and Tate Miller at the College Squash Association Individual Championships this weekend at the Berry Squash Courts on the campus of Dartmouth College. The pair competed in the consolation bracket of their respective divisions on Saturday morning.
Reese faced off with Julia Potter of Dartmouth, falling 11-8, 11-2, 11-3 in the Holleran Cup West bracket while Miller was matched up with Jack Fitzgerald of Williams College in the Molloy Cup West bracket. Miller was defeated by his opponent 11-6, 11-0, and 11-1.
The pair each finish their first year campaigns with key roles in the Haverford programs. Miller finished with 13 individual wins at the first and second spots on the ladder as the Fords captured the Chaffee Cup. Reese finished with 12 individual wins, a team-high, competing exclusively at the number two spot on the ladder.
The men's and women's squash seasons have now officially come to an end as the Fords set numerous benchmarks in 2016-17, including a new wins record on the men's side (15) and a CSA Harrow Sports Player of the Week award for senior Isabel Agnew as well as an "E" Division Championship Game appearance for the women's side.
Both programs will now await the release of the CSA Scholar Athletes, expected to be released later this month.