At Princeton — 2013-14: went 2-0 during first season … won collegiate debut 3-0 at No. 8 against Drexel … won 3-0 at No. 9 against seventh-ranked Stanford.
Before Princeton — ranked as high as No. 7 at the U-19 level … placed 11th at the 2012 national championships; also placed 13th at 2012 U.S. Junior Open … invited to represent the United States three times in the Battle of the Border … placed sixth in 2009 national championships … played No. 1 at the Chapin School and led team to fifth-place finish at nationals … placed sixth in the Baltimore Junior Championship Tour Event in 2012 … four-year U.S. Squash scholar-athlete … winner of the 2011 Merginoff National Essay Prize … winner of the 2010 Chapin Brock Athletic Grant … AP Scholar with Honor.
Gail Ramsay on Gabriella Garr:
Gabriella comes to us from New York City, where she learned her squash and developed as a player. She has had some great coaching and, since she is from New York, and has consistently played the adult squash league, so she has had the opportunity to compete against a number of different styles of play. I feel this will help her break into the top nine at some point this season. She is a hard worker and enjoys playing the game and she will be a great addition to the program.
Personal — born Oct. 25, 1994 … daughter of Andrew and Audrey Garr … father is a real estate lawyer; mother is a pharmacist … has three brothers: Justin, Ethan and Glenn … enjoys baking, reading Shakespeare, and watching baseball … will either study in the Woodrow Wilson School, or in the area of economics.
|Hometown:||New York, N.Y.|
|High School:||The Chapin School|