NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Four Yale women were named to All-American teams by the College Squash Association on Wednesday.
For the fourth consecutive year, senior Millie Tomlinson earned a spot on the list as a First Team All-American.
Senior Kim Hay joined juniors Shihui Mao and Issey Norman-Ross on the second team. Before her injury-shortened junior season, Hay had been named to the second team as a freshman and the first team as a sophomore. Mao made the team for the second consecutive year, while this is the first All-American selection for Norman-Ross.
Yale's tally of four All-Americans was good for second in the country, behind only Penn's five. The Bulldogs look to have a similarly strong showing on the All-Ivy teams, which will be released early next week.
Report by Evan Brown '16, Yale Sports Publicity