150 Years
Princeton W. Squash BIO
 Maria Elena Ubina

At Princeton — 2013-14: became Princeton's fourth Ivy League Rookie of the Year … earned first-team All-America and All-Ivy League honors … went 12-6, 4-3 in the Ivy League, at the No. 1 spot … reached the CSA individual quarterfinals, where she fell in five games to the fourth seed … topped All-America Danielle Letourneau in five games during the team win over Cornell … four of her six losses came against former CSA champions or finalists; the other two came against the fourth seed from Penn … won her collegiate debut against Franklin & Marshall.

Before Princeton — ranked No. 1 at the U-19 level … selected for the 2012 U.S. National Team … competed for the U.S. World Junior team four times (2010-2013) … competed on the 2011 U.S. Pan-American Team … runner-up in the 2012 and 2013 U.S. National Junior Championships … won the 2011 U.S. Junior Open and the 2012 Pioneer Junior Open … led Greenwich Academy to the 2013 New England championship.

Gail Ramsay on Maria Elena Ubina:
Maria Elena is a wonderful player and has just come off a great performance at the World Junior Championships, where the team finished second behind a strong Egyptian team. She also reached the Round of 16 in the individual event, which was the farthest any American reached. Maria Elena will add strength in the top part of our ladder. The loss of Julie Cerullo is a big one but I feel Maria Elena will help soften the blow.

Personal — born Jan. 13, 1995 … daughter of Senen and Elaine Ubina … both parents are photographers … has three younger brothers: Senen, Julio and Alberto … enjoys surfing and photography … may study languages at Princeton.

Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Stamford, Conn.
High School: Greenwich Academy
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