2012-13: Second-team All-America … Went 11-7 overall, including 4-2 in Ivy League matches … Finished 1-2 at the Howe Cup with a win over No. 22 Nicole Bunyan of Princeton (2/17) in the third-place match … Finished 2-2 in the Ramsay Division of the CSA Individual Championships … Defeated teammate and No. 13 Nabilla Ariffin in the consolation quarterfinals (3/2) in straight games … Defeated No. 16 Shihui Mao of Yale (2/3) in five games … Defeated No. 19 Jaime Laird of Cornell (2/10) in straight games … Went 3-0 at the second position and 6-5 at No. 3 … Finished the season ranked 12th in the CSA Individual Rankings.
2011-12: First-team All-America ... All-Ivy selection ... Academic All-Ivy ... Went 11-5 overall, including a 4-2 record in Ivy League matches ... Played the majority of the season at No. 2, going 8-1 in that position, but also played three matches at No. 1 ... Went 3-0 at the Howe Cup ... Went 2-2 in the Ramsay Division of the CSA Individual Championships, advancing to the Round of 16 and winning one consolation match ... Eight of her victories came in three-game sweeps ... Won in five games at No. 1 against Stanford's returning first-team All-America (2/4) ... Finished the season ranked 10th in the CSA Individual Rankings.
2010-11: First-team All-America ... All-Ivy Selection ... 12-5 overall, including a 4-2 record in the Ivy League ... Played primarily at number two, recording a 10-4 record at that spot... Won her only match at number one, against Williams (1/15) ... Went 3-0 playing at number three ... Started out the season with six consecutive victories ... 2-1 at Howe Cup with victories over Stanford and Dartmouth ... 2-1 in the Ramsay Division at CSA Individual Championships, advancing to quarterfinals round ... 10 of her victories came by three-game sweeps ... Finished the season ranked 10th in the CSA Individual Rankings.
2009-10: Went 15-4 overall (5-1 Ivy League) ... Started her freshman campaign with 11 straight wins, mostly at the No. 4 position ... Went 2-1 at the Howe Cup with wins over Cornell (2/26) and Harvard (2/28) ... Competed in the Ramsay Division at the CSA Individual Championships and advanced to the consolation quarterfinals.
High School: Competed for Malaysia in the 2009 World Junior Squash Championships ... Placed second in the U19 Sports Excel first, second, and third legs ... State Junior Carnival U19 champion in 2006 and 2007 ... Second place in U17 Dutch Junior 2006 ... Champion of U17 Milo All Star International in 2006 ... 2005 Hong Kong Junior Open U15 champion ... Placed third in U15 Milo All-Star International 2005 ... 2004 Sport Excel U15 champion ... Second place in 2004 U15 Hong Kong Junior Open ... Champion of U15 Malaysian National Junior Closed and U15 Sarawak Junior Carnival in 2002 ... Placed second in the U13 Penang International Junior Open, U13 Milo All-Star International, and U15 Sport Excel Grand Finale in 2002 ... Received the Excellent Award for co-curriculum in 2006 and 2007 ... Best Student Award for "English as A Language" by the University of New South Wales, Australia International Competition for Schools in 2005.
Personal: Daughter of Felicity Lee and Kenneth Goh ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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