Women's squash wins all three weekend matches at home

Claire Corroon '13
Claire Corroon '13

Hamilton College won three matches at the Little Squash Center as part of the Hamilton Invitational on Feb. 11 and 12.

Hamilton (10-7 overall) is ranked 15th by the College Squash Association. The Continentals defeated No. 25 William Smith College and No. 33 Colgate University by 9-0 scores on Saturday afternoon. Hamilton wrapped up the weekend with an 8-1 win over No. 22 Connecticut College on Sunday.

Claire Corroon '13 posted three wins to raise her career total to 35. Corroon recorded shutout wins at the third position against William Smith and Conn. College, and swept her Colgate opponent at the first position.

Alyssa Bawden '12 picked up three wins over the weekend -- two at the fourth position and one at the second spot. Bawden shut out all three opponents, and raised her career wins total to 29.

Amanda Thorman '13 and Hilary Gray '15 posted 3-0 wins against William Smith and Conn. College at the first and second positions, respectively. Hannah Coffin '14 won at the fifth position against William Smith and at the third spot against Colgate.

Kelsey Bogle '14, Isabelle Weisman '15, Elizabeth Morris '15 and Katherine Rogers '14 swept their William Smith and Conn. College opponents at the sixth through ninth positions, respectively. The quartet also posted 3-0 wins against Colgate at the fourth through seventh spots.

Against Colgate, Hillary Kolodner '14 won at the eighth position and Annabel Prouty '13 posted her first victory of the season at the ninth spot.

Hamilton competes in the three-day Howe Cup Championships at Harvard University, which begins on Friday, Feb. 24. The Continentals' first round opponent will be announced early next week.

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