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At Princeton
2023-24

Had a record of 10-5 in the dual meet season… advanced to the semifinals of the Holleran West draw in the CSA singles tournament… posted records of 0-1 in second place, 2-0 in third and 8-4 in fourth.

2022-23
Had a 12-1 doubles season, playing the opening match at the fourth spot and the remaining matches at the fifth spot…went 6-0 during the Ivy League season and was 2-1 at the fifth spot in the team’s three matches during the Howe Cup tournament…was seeded fourth in the CSA Singles Championships draw at Holleran West and advanced to the quarterfinals before losing to fifth-seeded Brecon Welch.

Before Princeton: Consistently achieved top national rankings throughout her junior career in USA Squash, including No. 1 in U-13 and top 5 in U-17 and U-19 … earned All-American honors for the 2021-22 and 2019-20 seasons … seven top 8 finishes at Junior Championship Tour events over the past two seasons, including two top 5 finishes in U-19 during the senior season and second place in U-17 at the 2019 West Coast JCT … played for the U.S. Junior National Team, including at the 2022 Pan American Games, where she won gold with the team and silver in mixed doubles … also played for Team USA at the 2017 British Open and the 2016 and 2018 Battle of the Border … played on the Noble and Greenough Varsity Squash Team for four years, where she played at the No. 1 ranking for three years and was captain her senior year … three-time Independent School League honoree and two-time All New England…winner of the Noble and Greenough Culter Cup Award her senior year…four-time U.S. Squash Distinguished Scholar-Athlete…member of the Cum Laude Society…coached by Karim Shohayeb at TOG Squash in Belmont, Mass.

Personal: Daughter of Sue and Carl Bell…has an older sister Katherine and two older brothers, Matt and Jack; Jack is a member of the squash team at Dartmouth, graduating class of 2023…brother-in-law Matt Chesky played soccer at Yale, graduating class of 2012…is interested in economics, cognitive science, and computer science.

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