STANFORD, Calif. - The College Squash Association released its final individual rankings for the 2013-14 season and four Stanford players were among the top 100 collegiate players in the nation.
Junior Madeleine Gill was the Cardinal’s top ranked player, ending the year at No. 32 in the country. She went 7-9 on the year and was Stanford’s lone competitor chosen for the Ramsay Cup. The No. 32 ranking is seven spots higher than her 2012-13 finish. She has been ranked all three years.
Freshman CC Ho, who led Stanford with nine wins on the season, capped off her first season on The Farm with a No. 46 ranking. She made the quarterfinals of the Holleran Cup to come in at 9-7 overall.
Senior Serena Fagan concluded her collegiate career by making the round of 16 at the Holleran Cup. She had a 7-9 overall record and is ranked No. 52 in the final rankings. She moved up 23 spots from her final ranking of No. 75 a year ago. She ended her career having been ranked in the final poll all four seasons.
Freshman Bailey Bondy, despite missing out on a chance to compete at the individual championships, cracked the rankings at No. 54. In her first season at Stanford, she compiled a 6-4 record while playing primarily at the No. 4 position in the lineup.
Stanford was ranked No. 7 as a team throughout the entire season and finished seventh at the Howe Cup.