Women's squash players honored by NESCAC

Two Hamilton College women's squash players and head coach Jamie King were honored by the New England Small College Athletic Conference on March 10 when the NESCAC announced its 2011 all-conference team.

Claire Corroon '13 (West Hartford, Conn./Westminster School) and Amanda Thorman '13 (Greenwich, Conn./Greenwich Academy) were selected second team all-conference. Both athletes received their first all-conference award. A total of 20 players made the all-conference teams.

2011 NESCAC women's squash all-conference team

Thorman won nine matches at the first position as Hamilton's top player. Four of her victories came against NESCAC opponents.

Corroon won nine matches at the second position this season. Four of her victories came against NESCAC opponents.

King guided the Continentals to an overall record of 13-10. Hamilton was the sixth seed in the 2011 NESCAC championship, and won half of its four matches at the event. The Continentals went on to reach the final of the Walker Cup at the 2011 College Squash Association team championship. King and his program received the Chaffee Award for sportsmanship at the team championship. The NESCAC coach of the year honor is King's first.

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