Posted a 1-2 record in the first weekend of the season, claiming a three-set victory over Alyssa Northrop of Williams and falling in No. 1 matches against Cornell and Penn.
Became the first squash player in Stanford history to win the Holleran Cup Championship, defeating Princeton’s Lexi Sanders in the final … Gill won in five games, taking the fifth and final game, 11-7, to claim the Holleran Cup … posted a 9-5 record for the season … started the season with victories in seven of her first eight contests … recorded a four match win streak Jan. 19-20 with wins against Bowdoin, Columbia, Dartmouth and Trinity … was 1-2 in the Howe Cup with a victory over Mina Shakarshy of Brown … ranked No. 39 in the final individual rankings.
Tallied an overall record of 9-5 in her first collegiate season … picked up her first collegiate win in her second overall match, defeating Cornell’s Rachel Au in four games … won two of her three matches in the Howe Cup, claiming wins over Clare Berner in a loss to Cornell and Kensy Balch in a win against Dartmouth … ended the season with six wins in her last eight contests … ranked No. 85 in the final individual rankings
Graduated in 2011 from Darien High School … member of the varsity squash team for four years … led Darien to the highest national ranking for a public school squash team in both 2010 and 2011 … ranked as high as No. 8 in the United States in 2011 … senior captain for the squash team … Fairfield County Athlete of the Year for both squash and field hockey in 2010-11 … team MVP … also played four years of field hockey and one year of lacrosse … captured the Connecticut State Field Hockey Championship all four years as well as the county championship … MVP of the Fairfield County Championship as a senior … recipient of the Connecticut Field Hockey Scholar Athlete Award.
Parents are Simon and Monica Gill...has a sister, Leslie, and two brothers, Jonathan and Harrison ... undecided major ... enjoys running, reading and music.