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Harvard University senior, AMANDA SOBHY, receives the Ramsey Cup, from Princeton University Head Coach, Gail Ramsey, after winning the Collegiate Squash Association National Championship for the fourth consecutive year. Amanda is only the second women ever to win the championship for four consecutive years(the first being Gail Ramsey). Amanda is considered to be the finest collegiate women squash player ever and is currently ranked 10th in the world among women professional squash players.
Harvard University senior, AMANDA SOBHY, defeats Trinity College junior, KANZY EL DE FRAWY, in the Collegiate Squash Association National Championship 3-1 at the Jadwin Squash Gym in Princeton, New Jersey. Sobhy, considered the finest women's collegiate squash player ever, went undefeated for her 4 years at Harvard Universtiy. As a professional, in October of 2014, AMANDA SOBHY became the first American-Born squash player to reach the top 10 on either the men's or women's world tour.
Harvard University AMANDA SOBHY and Bates College AHMED ABDELKHALEK hold their championship cups after winning the Collegiate Squash Association National Championship at Jadwin Squash Gym in Princeton University. Amanda and Ahmed are the number one collegiate squash players in the U.S.
Harvard University senior, AMANDA SOBHY, prepares for her final collegiate squash match in the Collegiate Squash Association National Championship at Princeton University. Amanda went on to defeat Trinity College junior, KANZY EL DE FRAWY 3-1 for her fourth consecutive national championship.
Trinity College junior, KANZY EL DE FRAWY, stretches for the ball in the Collegiate Squash Association championship match against Harvard University senior, AMANDA SOBHY, at Princeton University Jadwin Squash Gym. KANZY lost the match 3-1.
Harvard University Amanda Sobhy wins Women’s National Championship defeating Trinity College Kanzy El Defrawy 3-0
Trinity College Kanzy El Defrawy Makes one of her patented flying shots during the Women’s National Squash Individual Championships at Drexel Universiy. Kanzy was defeated by Harvard University Amanda Sobhy 3-0 in the final championship match.
Trinity College Kanzy El Defrawy makes a behind the back shot in the women’s squash individual national championships at Drexel Universty. Kanzy lost in the final championship match to Harvard University Amanda Sobyh 3-0.(AP Photo/Dick Druckman)
Two of the very best collegiate squash coaches in America…. Wendy Bartlett coach of Trinity College Women’s National Champions and Paul Assaiante coach of Trinity College Men’s runner up National Champion
Trinity College men’s squash team wins their 13th consecutive national championship, defeating Yale University 5-4 at the Murr Center in Cambridge, Mass. Trinity won its 243rd consecutive match over a 13 year period, the longest winning streak in Collegiate sports.
Trinity College Squash Team freshman Gustav Detter celebrates his victory over Princeton University senior Yasser El Halaby, arguably the best collegiate squash player in the U.S. ever. Gustav led Trinity to its 135th consecutive victory, the longest winning streak in among all colleges in the U.S. for all sports.
Trinity College Squash super star Amina Helal from Eng land scores point against The University of Pennsylvania Runa Reta in the CSA Women’s championship game in Hartford, Connecticut on March 2, 2003. Helal won 3-1 winning the national individual championship for the second year in a row.
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