At Princeton — 2013-14: earned first-team All-America honors for the third time in her career … Academic All-Ivy League … went 12-5 during injury-plagued season while playing at the No. 2 spot … went 3-0 during the Howe Cup, including a 3-2 win over Yale's Kimberley Hay … went 2-2 at the individual championships, including a win in the main draw … team co-captain … recipient of the Hobler’39 Award. 2012-13: earned both first-team All-America and All-Ivy League honors … helped Princeton to first Ivy League team title since 2009 while playing mainly at the No. 2 spot … had key 3-0 win at Yale during 5-4 road win over Bulldogs … reached CSA individual quarterfinals before falling 3-2 to 2011 champion Millie Tomlinson; defeated seventh seed to reach quarters … went 2-1 at Howe Cup, including win over Trinity … ended season ranked eighth nationally. 2011-12: earned first-team All-America and All-Ivy League honors during sophomore season … ended the season ranked seventh individually … went 11-2 while playing mostly at the No. 2 position … every win during the team regular season came by a 3-0 score … won two matches during the Ramsay Cup individual championships before losing to eventual national champion Amanda Sobhy of Harvard … won 10 straight matches during the middle of the season. 2010-11: earned second-team All-America honors during freshman season … ended season ranked 13th nationally; only three other freshmen were ranked higher … won 12 matches for Princeton playing at the No. 3 position … went 2-1 in the Howe Cup team championships, including a 3-0 win over eventual team champion Yale … won first match in Howe Cup; lost second-round match to teammate and fourth-seeded Julie Cerullo … won collegiate debut 3-0 against Columbia; won four of six regular season Ivy League matches.
Before Princeton — ranked as the top American recruit in the summer of 2010 … ranked third overall in U-19 and first among her class … was ranked as high as second at the U-17 level during 2008-09 year … she competed for the U.S. team in Chennai, India, at Junior Worlds in 2009 … won U-17 Junior Nationals in 2009 … placed fifth in U-15 Dutch Junior Open in 2007 … defeated Kimberly Hay to make the Top 16 at the 2009 Worlds in India … won Nationals in 2006-07 and reached finals each of the next two years … won Inter-Ac league title three straight seasons … began playing squash at 10 years old and played for the Merion Cricket Club and Agnes Irwin prior to high school … lettered in soccer, tennis, golf and lacrosse at The Episcopal Academy, the same school that produced men's standout Todd Harrity … earned all-league honors two times in tennis … winner of the Mind, Body, Spirit Award, the Delaware County Scholar Athlete Award and the Aimie Willard Award.
Personal — born Aug. 19, 1992 … daughter of Bill Eyre and Ellen Miller … father works in insurance, mother is a realtor … has three older sisters: Avery, Ashley and Toby … Toby was the fifth-ranked player in 2009-10 as the No. 1 at Williams College … has a grandfather, Dan Ridder, who graduated from Princeton … interested in political science and economics … enjoys tennis, running and skiing.