HARTFORD, Conn. - On day two of the College Squash Association Individual Championships, Senior Kristen Lange advanced to the semifinals Saturday afternoon but fell to Pamela Hathway of Trinity, spoiling what would have been her fourth appearance in the Ramsay Cup ("A" Division) finals.
Lange topped Harvard's Johanna Snyder, 3-0 (11-3,11-9,11-3), but could not hold on in the nightcap, falling in three (14-12, 11-5, 12-10).
In an epic five-game battle between freshmen teammates Rachael Goh and Nabilla Ariffin, Ariffin came out on top 10-12, 14-12, 11-5, 5-11, 11-8. She also won her afternoon match over Harvard's Natasha Kingshott in four games. Ariffin will play in the consolation finals against Julie Cerullo of Princeton at 11 a.m. tomorrow.
In the second-round consolation quarterfinals, senior Sydney Scott's collegiate career ended on a tough five-game battle to Princeton's Neha Kumar (8-11,11-5,7-11,11-9,13-11).
Senior Christina Matthias fell to No. 1 seed Corey Schafer, 12-10, 12-10, 3-11, 11-9 in the Holleran Division.
Senior Britt Hebden topped Bowdoin's Lauren Gesswein in the quarterfinals, 3-0 (11-2,11-1,11-6), but was downed by JoAnn Jee, 11-7 all three games.
Junior Annie Madeira will play tomorrow in the Holleran semifinals at 9 a.m. after defeating Dartmouth's Rebecca Lau and Liza Stokes each in four games.
For the full draw sheets, starting times, and results click here.