Three members of the Princeton women’s squash team earned major individual honors following the 2011-12 season, and each will return next year. Two also earned All-Ivy League honors.
Junior Julie Cerullo earned both First-Team All-America and All-Ivy League for the third consecutive season. She has been a consistent force at the No. 1 position for Princeton, and she won 10 matches during the team season. For the second straight year, she advanced to the semifinals of the Gail Ramsay Cup, and she will look to advance even further as a senior.
Sophomore Libby Eyre joined Cerullo as both a First-Team All-America and All-Ivy League honoree. Eyre overcame injury to win 11 matches at the No. 2 spot, and she advanced to the national quarterfinals for the first time.
Freshman Nicole Bunyan made an immediate impact on the program, rising up the varsity ladder to the No. 3 spot. She won several key matches and earned Second-Team All-America recognition this season.