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Amelia Henley
Amelia Henley
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Kent, United Kingdom
High School: Wycliffe College
House Affiliation: Adams

Sophomore (2017-18)
Ramsay Cup Semifinalist ... Went 14-0 (6-0 Ivy) for a squad that won the National Championship (Howe Cup) and Ivy League title ... Kicked off the season with a 3-0 win over Dartmouth's Brynn Bank and No. 4 (Dec. 6) ... Won over St. Lawrence's Katie Smith, 3-0, at spot No. 4 (Jan. 11) ... Topped Cornell's Madison Miles in straight games at No. 5  (Jan. 13) ... Defeated Columbia's Habiba Mohamed in four games at No. 5 (Jan. 14) ... Bested Hannah Burns of Tufts in straight games at No. 4 (Jan. 20) ... Beat Stanford's Caroline Neave in three games at No. 4 ... Victorious against Drexel's Ona Prokes, 3-0, at No. 5 (Jan. 28) ... Defeated Trinity All-American Lakeesha Rarere, 3-1, at No. 5 (Jan. 29) ... Swept Princeton's Morgan Steelman at No. 5 (Feb. 3) ... Won in three games against Penn's Lindsay Stanley at No. 5 (Feb. 4) ... Topped Yale's Jocelyn Lehman in straight games at No. 5 (Feb. 9) ... At the Howe Cup (Feb. 16-18): swept Cornell's Charlotte Knaggs and Yale's Jocelyn Lehman, before delivering the championship-clinching point over Trinity's Vanessa Raj, 3-1 (all at No. 5) (WATCH: Championship Point) ... At the Ramsay Cup (March 2-4): 15th seed; upset No. 2 seed, Princeton's Olivia Fiechter in four games, 11-9, 8-11, 11-8, 11-4, in Round of 16; upset Yale's Lucy Beecroft (10th seed) in straight games, 11-6, 11-8, 11-4, in national quarterfinal; took teammate and countrywoman Gina Kennedy (third seed) five games in national semifinal, 5-11, 7-11, 11-8, 11-4, 5-11.

Freshman (2016-17)
CSA All-American second team selection … All-Ivy League first team … Posted a 13-1 overall record, including 13-0 during team matches and 7-0 ivy record … Earned first-career win with a 3-0 defeat of Dartmouth’s Zainab Molani at No. 3 (Dec. 7) … Defeated Anaka Alankamony of Penn, 3-2, at No. 4 (Jan. 14) … Handed Princeton’s Alexandra Toth a 3-0 defeat at No. 3 (Jan. 15) … Rolled to a 3-0 win over Stanford’s Sarah Bell (Jan. 19) … Earned a 3-0 sweep against Jui Kalgutkar of Columbia at No. 3 (Feb. 4) … Registered a 3-0 sweep at No. 4 against Madison Miles of Cornell (Feb. 5) … Turned in a 3-0 win over Trinity’s Salma Alam Eldin (Feb. 8) … Rolled to a 3-0 sweep versus Hannah Seckendorf of Brown at No. 2 (Feb. 10) … Posted a 3-0 decision versus Zandra Ho of Stanford at No. 3 (Feb. 11) … Helped secure the Ivy Championship with a 3-0 win over Yale’s Shiyuan Mao at No. 4 (Feb. 12) … Cruised past Colette Sultana of Columbia, 3-0, in the opening round of the CSA Team Championship at No. 4 (Feb. 24) … Collected a 3-0 sweep versus Princeton’s Samantha Chai at No. 4 in the CSA Team Championship semis (Feb. 25) … Earned a 3-0 sweep over Penn’s Anaka Alankamony at No. 4 to help win the national title (Feb. 26) ... Competed in the Ramsay Cup at the CSA Individual Championships (March 3). 

Before Harvard
Finished in the top 16 at 2016 World Junior Championships … European Junior U19 Champion (2016) … Helped England U19 team to 2016 European Team Championship … Runner-up in both the British U23 National Championship (2016) and English Closed U19 (2015) … Captured the title at the Canadian Junior U19 Open … Finished fifth in the 2016 British Open U19 … British Closed U17 Champion (2014)  … Silver Certificate in the UK Junior Mathematics Challenge … Two-time Deputy Head of Wycliffe College and Prefect. 

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