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Women’s Squash Announces Three Members in Class of 2022

Women’s Squash Announces Three Members in Class of 2022

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.– Coming off its fourth consecutive Howe Cup and another undefeated season, the Harvard women's squash team adds three new members to its squad.

"We couldn't be happier with our three first-years on our women's team. Amina and Hana are the first Egyptian women in the program's history and among the top juniors in the world. Together with Grace, who is a top US junior, they have fit in on our team right away," said Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Head Coach of Men's and Women's Squash Mike Way.

Grace Steelman | Philadelphia, PA. | The Baldwin School 
Baldwin Ruth Davidson Elite Athlete Award Recipient (2018) ... Baldwin Pat West Award Recipient (2017) ... Varsity Squash MVP (2015, 2018) ... U.S. High School Team Squash Champions (2015) ... Inter-AC Champions (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017) ... Mid-Atlantic Champions (2013, 2014, 2016-18) ... Undefeated Seasons (2013-16) ... U.S. Squash Scholar Athlete (2015-18) ... Society of Women Engineers Highest Honor (2018) ... Squash Team Captain (2018) ... Varsity Squash (2013-2018), Varsity Field Hockey (2015-16), Varsity Track (2015).

Amina Yousry | Cairo, Egypt | Misr Language Schools
Team gold medalist at the World Juniors Team Championships (2017) ... Undefeated in the World Junior Team Championships ... Individual Bronze Medalist at the World Juniors Championship (2017) ... Named "Best Player of the Year" for Wadi Degla (2016-17) ... Reached the semifinals of the World Junior Individual Championship ... Beat the world No. 2 ranked player in the quarterfinals of the World Junior Individual Championships.

Hana Moataz | Cairo, Egypt | Elite Education
Won the 2017 British Junior Open (Under 17) ... Ranked No. 2 for Under-19 in Egypt … Consistently finished in the top-3 in the Egyptian Nationals ... Placed eighth in the World Junior Championships.

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