Women's Squash Hold Steady at No. 18 in New CSA Poll

Photo by Matt O'Haren
Photo by Matt O'Haren

NEW YORK - The Dickinson women's squash team will go into the long Holiday Break holding steady at No. 18 in the newest College Squash Association poll as announced by the organization on Wednesday.

The Red Devils have not been in action since November 20th when they suffered a pair of setbacks to Amherst College (1-8) and Bates College (4-5). Amna Fayyaz continues to hold down the top spot in the DC lineup with a 3-3 overall record. At the No. 2 flight, Courtney Trail was the only Red Devil to go 2-0 on the day with wins of 3-1 and 3-0. Lindsay Kuracina and Anna O'Connor both added a win against Bates.

The Crimson of Harvard University leads the way with a mark of 3-0. They are joined in the Top-5 by Trinity College (3-0), Princeton University (4-0), Yale University (2-0), and the University of Virginia (6-2).

View the full CSA poll here.

Next on the Court

Dickinson (1-5) will return to action after the new year begins on Saturday, January 15th when they head to Cambridge, Massachusetts to battle the 20th-ranked Bowdoin College at high noon.