Kim Hay
Kim Hay
Year: Senior
Hometown: Newcastle, U.K.
High School: Central Newcastle
Major: Economics
Residential College: Trumbull

2013-14: Ranked No. 11 in nation ... Second Team All-American ... Unanimous First Team All-Ivy ... 9-2 in regular season ... 6-1 record against Ivy League opponents ... Went 2-1 in Ramsay Division at CSA Individual Championships.

2012-13: 5-2 overall record … Played at No. 2 … Was limited due to injury … Her two losses were to players that finished ranked Nos. 9 and 14 overall. 

2011-12: Ranked No. 6 nationally … Won the John A. Blum Squash Award, which is "presented to that member of the team who, through character, dedication, and sportsmanship, has made the greatest contribution to Yale's Women's Squash" … First Team All-American … Unanimously selected to the First Team All-Ivy … 16-3 overall record … 14-2 record in regular season, 2-1 at CSA Individual Championships … Played at No. 2 … One loss was to teammate Millie Tomlinson and the other two were against players that Hay defeated in different matches … Made it the quarterfinal of the Ramsay Division at the CSA Individual Championship … Won her match in the semifinal of the Howe Cup as Yale won 7-2 … Won her match in the 5-4 loss against Harvard with the Ivy League title and No. 1 ranking on the line to put Yale ahead 3-2, defeating No. 2 ranked Laura Gemmell in the upset of the year.  Gemmell had previously been undefeated in collegiate play against everybody accept Millie Tomlinson … Won her match in Yale’s 5-4 victory over Penn, the closest non-Harvard match of the season …



2010-11: Ranked No. 15 in the nation… Second team All-American… 9-0 overall record… 6-0 Ivy… Played as high as No. 2… Finished season playing at No. 4… Won clinching match in national championship against Harvard… Advanced to the round of 16 in the Ramsay Division at the CSA Individual Championships.