150 Years
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Princeton W. Squash BIO
 Alexandra Toth

At Princeton — 2013-14: ranked second on the team with 14 victories (14-4) … went 6-1 against the Ivy League … earned a road win at Harvard and a five-game home win over Yale … played mostly at the No. 8 spot … had two streaks with at least five straight wins … won one match during the Holleran Cup draw at the CSA national championships.

Before Princeton — ranked among Canada’s top players, including the No. 1 ranking at the U-15 level … placed second at the 2012 Canadian Junior Squash Closed Championships (U-17) … finished third at the 2012 Canadian Junior Squash Open Championships (U-19) … won the 2013 U-19 Canadian B.C. Jesters … played one year of volleyball … member of the 2013 Principal’s Honor Roll … recipient of both the 2010 Textiles Award and the 2011 P.E. Award.

Gail Ramsay on Alexandra Toth:
Alex was one of Canada's top players at the U-19 level this past season. She was a late starter on the Canadian junior tour but she has worked very hard and has made some huge strides in developing her game over the past two years.  I think Alex will continue to grow as a player and will add some depth in the middle part of our lineup once she adjusts to college squash.

Personal — born Nov. 13, 1995 … daughter of Patrick and Carissa Toth … father is a small business owner; mother is a homemaker … has two sisters, Anna and Andrea, and three brothers: Matthew, James and Joseph … enjoys running, cycling and baking … enrolled in the School of Engineering.

Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Richmond, B.C.
High School: J.N. Burnett
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