150 Years
Princeton W. Squash BIO
 Alex Lunt

At Princeton — 2013-14: went 13-5, 5-2 in the Ivy League, while playing mostly at the No. 5 spot … won at the No. 4 spot on the road against Ivy champion Harvard … went undefeated during the Howe Cup … played in the A flight at the CSA individual championships and won a match in the consolation draw … two of her three losses during the team season came in five-set matches. 2012-13: went 11-3 in the middle of the lineup and helped Princeton to first Ivy League title since 2009 … recipient of the program's Hobler Cup honor for dedication and inspiration … went 10-1 in the regular season, including key 3-0 win at Yale during Princeton's 5-4 team win … ended season ranked 35th nationally. 2011-12: went 12-4 during freshman season and moved herself from the No. 10 position during January to No. 7 for the Howe Cup … won first four rounds of Holleran Cup before losing to champion Shihui Mao of Yale in semifinal … had 3-2 win over Trinity during third-place match at Howe Cup … won collegiate debut 3-0 over Franklin & Marshall … posted a winning record against Ivy League competition (4-3).

Before Princeton — led Greenwich Academy to four straight national team championships ... won New England individual championship each of the last three years ... earned U.S. Squash scholar-athlete honor ... graduated cum laude ... recipient of the Coach's Award and Visual Arts Award ... placed 10th in the U-19 national championships.

Personal — born Aug. 18, 1993 ... daughter of Lawrence and Victoria Lunt ... father is self-employed; mother is a homemaker ... has two younger sisters, Sarah and Laela ... interested in traveling, economics and business ... enjoys playing tennis and skiing ... born in Belgium; speaks French, English and Spanish ... moved to the U.S. at the age of four.

Year: Senior
Hometown: Greenwich, Conn.
High School: Greenwich Academy
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