Emily Park
Emily Park
Height: 5-5
Year: Freshman
Hometown: New York, N.Y.
High School: The Horace Mann School

2008-09 (Freshman):
Named to CSA All-America second team ... Compiled at 5-0 record at No. 4 and a 3-2 mark at the No. 3 slot ... Boasted a 10-4 overall mark in rookie season.

Varsity squash MVP freshman, sophomore and junior years at The Horace Mann School ... Ranked No. 1 in the GU-15, GU-17 and GU-19 beginning in 2003-04 season and has held each position until she graduated from each one ... Has won the Scottish Junior Open ... Two-time semifinalist at the British Junior Open ... Four-time Junior National Champion and five-time Junior Olympic Champion ... Represented Team USA in 2007 Junior Women’s World Championships ... Currently ranked No. 1 in US GU-19 ... Held GU 17 No. 1, GU19 No. 2, WISPA World Rank No. 174 and WISPA U23 World Rank No. 78 in July 2006 ... Winner of Hunter Lott U-19 in 2003 and semifinalist in 2004 ... Hunter Lott U-13 winner in 2000, U-15 in 2001, U-17 in 2002, U-19 in 2003 and U-19 semifinalist in 2004 ... Champion of Junior Olympics U-13 and U-15 from 2001-04 ... Also won Closed Nationals U-13 and U-5 from 2002-05 ... Placed third and fourth at 2002 British and Scottish Junior U-13 Opens, respectively ... Proceeded to win Scottish Junior Open U-13 in 2003 and finish third in British Junior Open U-13 ... President of psychology club and was active in Model UN Conferences ... Received honors in psychology at the Cum Laude Ceremony ... Volunteered at City Squash summer camp for two years and with Street squash during the school year ... Also volunteered with the New York Junior League and has given time at nursing homes ... Plays lacrosse, tennis and swimming recreationally.