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Height: 5'5"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Belmont, Mass.
High School: Groton

Competed for the United States in the Battle of the Border against Canada.

2013-14 (Freshman)
Notched a 9-7 record on the season while playing at the No. 1-3 spot in the order … became the first Stanford freshman since 2010 to qualify for a postseason individual tournament … made the quarterfinals of the Holleran Cup after wins against Katherine Nimmo of Dartmouth in the round of 32 and Melina Turk in the round of 16 … posted a 1-2 record at the Howe Cup, winning in three sets against Melina Turk of Dartmouth … won the first match of her collegiate career, defeating Rachel Au of Cornell 11-13, 11-8, 11-0, 11-4 at the No. 3 spot in the lineup … moved up to No. 2 for a three-set victory over Caroline Sawin of Williams College … closed out the season’s opening weekend with her first loss at the No. 3 position against Penn … went 2-2 during a road trip to New Haven, Conn. with wins against Dartmouth and Bates and losses versus Yale and Trinity … earned a victory against Brown and lost versus Princeton … closed out the regular season with a straight set win over Kathleen Poa of Cal.

High School
A 2013 graduate of Groton School in Groton, Mass. … three-time Boston Globe Independent School League MVP … captained team in 2012 … placed third at 2012 and 2013 New England Regional Championships … went undefeated in the regular season over four years … ranked as high as No. 8 nationally in the U-17 rankings … also competed in cross country and tennis at the Groton School … three-time all-league selection in tennis … a 2009 National and Pan American Junior Champion for girls singles badminton (Under-15 division) … ranked among the top 10 golfers aged 14 to 18 in New England in 2011.
Born in Paradise Valley, Ariz. … parents are Bernard Ho and Jennifer Lam … father, Bernard, was a Hong Kong badminton champion at age 15 … major is undeclared.