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Women's Squash Remains Unbeaten, Sweeps Williams In Home Opener

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 11/24/2013
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Rachel Leizman claimed a 3-0 win at the No. 4 spot against Williams.
Courtesy: Beverly Schaefer

It's going to be a couple months before the reigning Ivy League champions return to Jadwin for a home match, so the Tigers made the most of their opportunity Sunday night. Princeton swept all 27 individual games en route to a 9-0 victory over Williams.

Using the same lineup that posted the same 9-0 win in the season opener over Franklin & Marshall Saturday afternoon, Princeton wasted little time in a victory over the Ephs. The Tigers swept the opening session, including a 9-0 win for senior Libby Eyre at the No. 2 spot. She defeated Caroline Sawin, the younger sister of Princeton co-captain Alex Sawin.

Also winning in the opening shift was freshman Alexandra Toth, who won her first match at Jadwin 3-0 at the No. 8 spot. Classmate Maria Elena Ubina also won her home debut, defeating Alyssa Northrop 3-0 at No. 1. The elder Sawin also claimed a 3-0 win at the No. 7 spot.

Princeton will be off for Thanksgiving week, and will return to the court Dec. 4 at Drexel. The Tigers won't play again at Jadwin until Feb. 1, when they host Yale in a key Ivy League showdown.

Princeton 9, Williams 0
1 – Maria Elena Ubina d. Alyssa Northrop 3-0
2 – Libby Eyre d. Caroline Sawin 3-0
3 – Nicole Bunyan d. Nicole Feshbach 3-0
4 – Rachel Leizman d. Ellie O’Neill 3-0
5 – Hallie Dewey d. Ellen Coombe 3-0
6 – Alex Lunt d.  Lily Grant 3-0
7 – Alex Sawin d.  Alyssa Ritchie 3-0
8 – Alexandra Toth d. Charlotte Walsh 3-0
9 – Lexi Saunders d.  Maria Pylypiv 3-0







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