2014-15: Helped lead Penn to 7-0 Ivy record and the third Ivy League championship in program history … Finished with an undefeated 9-0 overall record, including a 2-0 record in Ivy League matches … Competed primarily at the No. 6 position and twice at the No. 4 position … Ivy wins versus Cornell and Princeton … Finished the season ranked at No. 49 in the CSA Individual Rankings.
2013-14: CSA Second-team All-American ... Went 11-3 overall, including 5-1 in Ivy League matches ... Played in the No. 2-4 positions ... Went 2-1 in the CSA Team Championship Howe Cup ... Went 1-2 in the CSA Individual Championship Ramsay Cup.
2012-13: Went 12-4 overall, including 5-1 in Ivy League matches … Went 2-1 at the Howe Cup with her wins coming against No. 36 Abbey Foster of Cornell (2/15) in five games and No. 23 Rachel Leizman of Princeton (2/17) in straight games … Defeated No. 17 Michelle Gemmell of Harvard (1/12) in five games … Defeated No. 31 Robyn Hodgson of Trinity (1/19) in straight games … Went 1-0 at No. 1, 2-0 at No. 3, and 9-2 at No. 4 … Finished the season ranked No. 26 in the CSA Individual Rankings.
High School: Ranked as high as No. 137 in the world by Women’s International Squash Players Association … Spent time ranked as the No. 1 international at the under-17 age group … In 2011, won first place in under-17 age group at the Dutch and Pioneer Junior Opens … Helped team win Egyptian Squash Clubs League titles from 2008-12 … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2012 British Junior U17 Open … Won the 2007 U13 French and German Junior Opens.
Personal: Daughter of Rehan ElAttar and Essam Lala … Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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