Squash - Varsity

The Ethel Walker School Varsity Squash 2018-2019

Overview

The squash program is a relatively new addition to Walker’s athletics, but it is one that has been growing by leaps and bounds over the last few years. With practices on campus in our beautiful Centennial Center and matches against fellow NEPSAC schools, the squash program is open to advanced players as well as those athletes interested in learning a new sport. The team regularly competes in the New England Tournament at the end of the season.

Upcoming Games

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Record & Results

Team Record

  • Squash - Varsity
    Record: 6-4

Results

vs.
Kingswood Oxford School
Away
Loss 1-6
vs.
Williston Northampton School
Away
Win 6-1

Roster

  • Tracy Chen
    2020
  • Brianna Duba
    2019
  • Jocelyn Feliciano (captain)
    2019
  • Kali Fontanella
    2022
  • Liz Helmin
    2019
  • Chloe Miller
    2019
  • Mollie Morrison
    2020
  • Ku Paw
    2022
  • Caroline Smith (captain)
    2019
  • Maisie Smith (captain)
    2019
  • Kelsey Tejada
    2020
  • Daisy Zhang
    2021

Coaches

Laila Samy

Laila Samy

lsamy@ethelwalker.org
(860) 408-4216

Laila comes to Walker's from Wesleyan University, where she graduated with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Data Analysis. She was also a four-year member of the squash team. Originally from Cairo, Egypt, Laila attended Westminster School in Simsbury, Connecticut before Wesleyan.

While at Wesleyan, Laila worked as a teaching assistant in the Data Science department and coordinated the tutors for the Wesleyan University Middle School Tutoring Partnership. As a squash player, she was the number one player on the team and graduated as the #4 ranked player in the United States in college squash. She was awarded the Bettey Richey Award which is given to the women's college squash player who best exemplifies the ideals of squash, a strong sense of fairness and excellence in play and leadership. Laila was named as a first-team All-American three times, and was twice the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Player of the Year.


Carol Clark-Flanagan

Carol Clark-Flanagan

cclarkflanagan@ethelwalker.org
(860) 408-4301

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