Women’s squash storms past St. Lawrence
Every Hamilton College women's squash player won their match in three straight games and the Continentals cruised to a 9-0 win over St. Lawrence University on Senior Night at Hamilton’s Little Squash Center on Jan. 30.
The Continentals (7-7 overall) are ranked 19th by the College Squash Association. Hamilton's Claire Corroon '13, Alyssa Kasanoff '13, Alexis Lee '13, Annabel Prouty '13 and Amanda Thorman '13 were recognized for their four seasons of dedication to the program. No. 28 St. Lawrence's record dipped to 5-9.
Corroon’s victory at the third position was the 41st of her career, and tied her for fifth place on the program's all-time wins list. Thorman played at the first position and picked up her 33rd career win, and Hilary Gray '15 won at the second position.
Elizabeth Morris '15 topped her opponent at the fourth position. Isabelle Weisman '15 played at the fifth position and notched her team-best seventh victory, and Hannah Coffin '15 took down her opponent at the sixth position.
Hillary Kolodner '14 competed at the seventh position and tallied her 30th career win. Kelsey Bogle '14 breezed by her opponent at the eighth position and Lee rounded out the lineup with a victory at the ninth position.
Hamilton competes in the 2013 NESCAC Championships at Trinity College from Friday, Feb. 1, to Sunday, Feb. 3. The Continentals face Colby College in the first round on Friday at 7 p.m.