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Ariel Posner
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Brookline, Mass.
High School: Buckingham Browne & Nichols
Major: Symbolic Systems

2014-15 (Senior)

  • Fell to Trinity's Natalie Babjukova at No. 5 in an 8-1 Stanford loss on Jan. 18
  • Defeated by Anne Harrison at No. 6 in Stanford's 9-0 loss at Yale on Jan. 17
  • Lost to Zainab Molani of Dartmouth in four games at No. 7 in Stanford's 7-2 loss on Jan. 17
  • Lost in five games at No. 8 in a 5-4 loss to Columbia on Jan. 16
  • Fell to Abigail Shonrock in Stanford's 5-4 loss to George Washington on Jan. 5
  • Defeated Lauren Williams in three games in Stanford's 8-1 win over No. 15 Bates on Jan. 3
  • Lost to Camille Lanier at No. 6 in Stanford's Jan. 3 loss vs. Penn
  • Lost in three games at No. 6 in Stanford's 9-0 loss at Cornell on Nov. 23
  • Defeated Emely Levyn at No. 7 in Stanford's 6-3 win against George Washington on Nov. 22
  • Won in three games at No. 6 in Stanford's 8-1 victory against Williams on Nov. 22

2013-14 (Junior)

  • Owns a 3-9 overall record for the year while playing at the 4-6 and 8 positions in the lineup
  • Notched one win and two losses at the Howe Cup, picking up a three-set win over Kensy Balch of Dartmouth
  • Posted a record of 1-2 in the first weekend of the season, picking up a victory against Ellie O’neill of Williams and falling in matches against Cornell and Penn
  • Picked up a win in three sets against Hamilton’s Kelsey Bogle
  • Lost three matches to Yale, Dartmouth and Trinity during a road trip to New Haven, Conn
  • Fell in each of her final two contests against Brown and Princeton in the final weekend of the regular season
2012-13 (Sophomore)
  • Compiled a 7-7 record
  • Won all three of her matches on Jan. 19, knocking off opponents from Bowdoin, Columbia and Dartmouth
  • Finished the season at No. 86 in the final individual rankings
High School
  • Graduated from Buckingham Browne & Nichols in 2011
  • Achieved her highest ranking of No. 25 and was the top-ranked squash player in Massachusetts
  • Also played lacrosse for three years and field hockey for one season
  • US Squash Scholar-Athlete
  • National French Laureate from 2008-11
  • Received the Scholastic Writing Award Gold Key
Personal
  • Born in New York City
  • Parents ate Robert and Yumiko
  • Has two brothers, George and Harry
  • Majoring in symbolic systems with a concentration in human-computer interaction
  • Enjoys running, reading and music.
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