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Princeton W. Squash BIO
 Nicole Bunyan

At Princeton — 2013-14: earned second-team All-America honors … went 13-5, 5-2 in the Ivy League, while playing primarily at No. 3 … won her first-round match in the individual championship draw … went 3-0 in the Howe Cup … won five of seven Ivy League matches … won matches against both Dartmouth and Stanford at the No. 2 spot … won eight of final nine matches during the team season. 2012-13: went 11-6 and helped Princeton to first Ivy League title since 2009 … played between the No. 2 and No. 3 positions … won critical 3-1 match over reigning champ Harvard during Princeton's 5-4 home upset of Crimson … won one match at CSA individuals … won first seven matches of the season. 2011-12: earned second-team All-America honors after going 14-2 as a freshman … ended season ranked 21st nationally … went 6-1 against the Ivy League, including a 3-1 victory at eventual-champion Harvard … went 2-1 during the Howe Cup; both wins were by 3-2 scores, including a comeback win over Yale in the semifinal … opened her victory over Cornell with a 20-18 win … opened season with eight straight wins.

Before Princeton — placed second in the 2011 U-19 Canadian Junior Squash national championships ... 2011 B.C. Juniors champion ... led Team B.C. to 2011 Canada Winter Games gold medal ... recipient of the Alexander Doucas Memorial Award (Junior Canadian Sportsmanship Award) and the Massey Goolden Award (Junior BC Sportsmanship Award) ... runner-up for Female Athlete of the Year at the St. Michael's University School ... two-time MVP for the squash team ... recipient of the Carol Lobb Award, the major school award for citizenship/academics/athletics ... co-chair of the service council as a senior.

Personal — born Nov. 22, 1993 ... daughter of Greg Bunyan and Pinder Cheema ... father is retired; mother is a lawyer ... enjoys playing soccer, volleyball and cycling.

Year: Senior
Hometown: Victoria, B.C.
High School: St. Michael's Univ. School
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