Women's Squash CSA Individual Championships Runs End

Women's Squash CSA Individual Championships Runs End

Leonard was Harvard's longest-standing member, making it to the Ramsey Cup semifinals (Gil Talbot).

STAMFORD, Conn – The three remaining members of the Harvard women's squash team saw their CSA Individual Championships runs come to an end Saturday afternoon, while two stayed alive in consolation brackets.

Kayley Leonard advanced to the semifinals after downing Princeton's Olivia Fiechter, 3-1. Leonard saw her Ramsey Cup journey end in the semifinals as Trinity's Kanzy El Defrawy downed Leonard, 3-0.

Sabrina Sobhy saw her Ramsey Cup run end in the quarterfinals to St. Lawrence's  Samy Laila, falling 3-1.

In the Holleran D Division, Dileas MacGowan was upended, 3-1, by George Washington's Breanne Flynn.

Alyssa Mehta swept a pair matches in the Ramsey Cup consolation bracket and will square off against Marie Stephan in the consolation final tomorrow at 9:50 a.m. Mehta opened the day by cruising past George Washington's Anna Porras in the quarterfinals and continued to roll, downing Trinity's Raneem Sharaf in the semifinals.

In the Holleran A Division consolation bracket, Sophie Mehta advanced to the finals with a pair of sweeps. The freshman started the day powering past St. Lawrence's Emily Terry and advanced to the finals after cruising past Drexel's Fiona Power.

On the men's side, Bryan Koh advanced to the Pool Trophy consolation semifinals, going the distance against Ahmed Hatata of Bates before bowing to Penn's Marwan Mahmoud.


Men's Draw

Koh (H) def. Ahmed Hatata (Bates) – 3-2

Marwan Mahmoud (Penn) def. Koh – 3-0

Women's Draw

Ramsey Cup

Kayley Leonard (H) def. Olivia Fiechter (Princeton) – 3-1

Kanzy El Defrawy def. Kayley Leonard (H) – 3-0

Samy Laila (Wesleyan) def. Sabrina Sobhy (H) – 3-1

Holleran A Division consolation

Sophie Mehta (H) def. Emily Terry (St. Lawrence) – 3-0

Sophie Mehta (H) def. Fiona Power (Drexel) – 3-0

Holleran D Division

Breanne Flynn (George Washington) def. Dileas MacGowan (H) – 3-1