Stanford's 2018-19 campaign was punctuated by a 5-4 victory over Princeton to secure a third-place finish at the CSA National Championships, representing its best Howe Cup performance in school history.
No. 4 Stanford put the finishing touches on its best Howe Cup performance in school history, upsetting No. 2 Princeton 5-4 on Sunday morning for a third-place finish at the CSA National Championships.
No. 4 Stanford's impressive tournament run came to an end on Saturday, falling to No. 1 Harvard 9-0 in the semifinals of the CSA National Championships.
No. 4 Stanford edged No. 5 Yale 5-4 on Friday in the opening round of the CSA National Championships, advancing to the semifinals for the first time in school history.
No. 4 Stanford concludes its season this weekend, squaring off against No. 5 Yale when the CSA National Championships get underway on Friday in Hartford, Connecticut.
Only a freshman, Elena Wagenmans plays No. 1 for a Stanford squash team on the verge of unprecedented success.