At Princeton — 2009-10: won eight matches during her junior season … won two of three matches during Howe Cup weekend and two matches at the Holleran Cup during the CSA championship weekend … won 3-2 match at No. 4 against Stanford. 2008-09: went 11-2 in first full season of varsity action, playing mostly at the No. 7 and 8 positions … biggest victory came in Howe Cup national final, when she defeated Harvard's Cecelia Cortes; one week after letting a 2-0 lead slip away against Cortes, Sequeira rallied from a 2-0 hole to win 7, 0 and 3 … Princeton would need the win in a 5-4 victory over Harvard that clinched its third straight national title; the win came against the older sister of Princeton Class of 2013 member Casey Cortes … went 2-1 in the Howe Cup … won her first nine matches by 3-0 scores, including a win over Middlebury at the No. 4 position. 2007-08: won three early-season varsity matches playing the No. 9 position, including a pair of Ivy League matches.
Before Princeton — placed fifth at Canadian National Championships … grew up playing at the Victoria Squash Club.
Personal — born Sept. 19, 1988 … daughter of Merv Sequeira and Gill Pierson … father is a computer consultant; mother is self-empolyed … has an older brother Mark.