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 Peter Sopher

At Princeton
2009-10: broke into the national Top 50 and ended season ranked 47th … went 16-3 as a junior and was the only player to compete in every team match during the season; 16 victories was the most for any Princeton player during the season … played mostly in the middle of the lineup, although played No. 2 in a 3-0 win over Middlebury … was undefeated against the Ivy League; only two team losses came against Trinity … reached Molloy Cup quarterfinals for players ranked 33-64. 2008-09: went 12-2 during sophomore season … went undefeated in CSA team finals, including a 3-1 victory over Trinity at the No. 9 position … went 5-1 against Ivy League competition … in final seven matches of the season, recorded two 3-0 wins against Rochester, one 3-0 win against Harvard and a 3-1 win against Trinity; only loss was a 3-2 regular season loss to Trinity … played as high as No. 3 in a 3-0 win over Middlebury. 2007-08: broke into varsity lineup as a freshman … went undefeated against Ivy competition during regular season … won first collegiate match against Western Ontario … lost only one point in first postseason match, the 2008 CSA quarterfinal against Dartmouth.

Before Princeton
Ranked No. 5 in U.S. junior rankings … gained international experience playing for national squads … played four years of varsity soccer and earned two all-conference honors … named team MVP as a senior … ran the 800 for the track team.

Personal
Born Oct. 6, 1988 … son of Jamil and Lynn Sopher … father is a consultant; mother is a homemaker … has a twin brother Phillip, who also plays for the Princeton squash team … Outdoor Action Leader … economics major and is pursuing a Certificate in Environmental Studies … hopes to be proficient in Spanish, French, and Portuguese.

Year: Senior
City/State: Washington, D.C.
High School: St. Albans School
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