PHILADELPHIA - Senior co-captains Kristen Lange and Sydney Scott have been name All-Americans for the fourth straight year by the College Squash Association, while freshman Nabilla Ariffin earns the honor after her first intercollegiate season.
The three led Penn to a 13-3 finish and a No. 2 national ranking in a year where the Quakers played in both the Ivy League title and national championship match.
Earning first-team All-America, Lange finished her senior year with a 9-4 regular season record as Penn's No. 1, and a 12-5 overall mark after reaching the semifinals of the Ramsay Division at the CSA Individual Championships.
Scott, a second-team All-America selection, went 9-3 in the regular season at the No. 3 spot and 11-7 overall with a 3-0 first-round win at the CSA Individual Championships.
Playing in the No. 2 position as a freshman, Ariffin accrued an 8-5 regular season record, and went 10-10 overall with two wins at the CSA Individual Championships.
For the announcement on CSA's website click here.
First Team (listed alphabetically)
Alia Aziz (Yale University)
Julie Cerullo (Princeton University)
Toby Eyre (Williams College)
Laura Gemmell (Harvard University)
Logan Greer (Yale University)
Pamela Hathway (Trinity College)
Nayelly Hernendez (Trinity College)
Kristen Lange (University of Pennsylvania)
Sarah Toomey (Yale University)
Valeria Wiens (Dartmouth College)
Second Team (listed alphabetically)
Nabilla Ariffin (University of Penn)
Nour Bahgat (Trinity College)
Pamela Chua (Stanford University)
Nirasha Gurgue (Harvard University)
Neha Kumar (Princeton University)
Alisha Mashruwala (Harvard University)
Jackie Moss (Princeton University)
Sydney Scott (University of Pennsylvania)
Johanna Snyder (Harvard University)
June Tiong (Harvard University)