PRINCETON, N.J. – The No. 33 Haverford College women's squash team was defeated by No. 34 Georgetown in the final of the E Division on the final day of the College Squash Association (CSA) Women's Squash Championship on the campus of Princeton University. The Fords were edged 5-4 by the Hoyas.
Haverford took wins at the top three spots on the ladder, with Isabelle Gotuaco taking down Maddy Forbess despite needing extra points to win the first and third games (14-12, 11-9, 12-10).
Kaitlin Reese breezed past Brooke Miller to bring her overall individual record to 12-5 on the season (11-6, 11-2, 11-1). Isabel Agnew also got past Alessandra Ruggiero at the number three spot, dropping the second of four games in extra points 13-15, but rallying for a pair of 11-7 wins to give Haverford a win.
Haverford picked up its fourth individual win by default at the No. 9 spot. Georgetown got the best of the Fords down the ladder, taking sweeps at spots 4-8 to seal a win.
Haverford finishes the season with six wins, matching its total from a season ago and will take the No. 34 ranking into the offseason. Isabel Agnew now has 37 career wins, one short of Rachel Kaplan '99, who has the program's career lead with 38.
Freshman Kaitlin Reese had an impressive debut season, taking 12 individual wins for the most by a Haverford individual since Alex Love and Bethany Simmonds matched the feat in 2014-15.
Haverford will now await the release of parings for the CSA Individual Championships, which will be slated for March 3-5 in Hanover, N.H. The championships are hosted by Dartmouth College.