New Haven, Conn. – Junior Logan Greer will serve as captain of the Yale women's squash team during the upcoming 2010-11 season.
Greer was voted captain by her teammates following a successful season at the No. 1 position for the Bulldogs, in which she was named to both the All-Ivy and All-American teams.
Head coach Dave Talbott thinks Greer will help lead Yale to another successful season next winter. Said Talbott, “All of us at Yale Squash are very excited about the election of Logan Greer to serve as Captain of the Yale Women's Squash Team for the 2010-11 season. A first team All-American and All-Ivy selection, Logan is a former No. 1 ranked US U-19 player who is also a starter for the Yale Lacrosse Team. Highly respected by her teammates and competitors, Logan will enter next season as the number three ranked player in the College Squash Association. Highly motivated and a leader by example, Logan will team with classmates, Sarah Toomey, also a first team All American and All-Ivy, and Caroline Reigeluth to give Yale great senior leadership. Logan is a member of the US National Team that will be competing in the World University Games being held in Melbourne, Australia in July. Logan's mother, Tracy Ball Greer, is a former captain of the Yale Women's Squash Team and holds the Yale scoring record in Lacrosse.”
report filed by Alex Milvae '12, Yale Sports Publicity