CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 5 Virginia women’s squash team (9-2) will be competing for the Gaynor Cup at the 2024 Mid-Atlantic Squash Conference Championships Feb. 9-11 at the Arlen Specter U.S. Squash Center in Philadelphia, Pa.


  • Friday, 6:30 p.m. vs #22 Franklin & Marshall
  • Saturday, 4 p.m. vs #16 Georgetown


  • Championship: Winner Group 1 vs Winner Group 2, 12 p.m.
  • 3/4 Playoff: 2nd Place Group 1, vs 2nd Place Group 2, 10 a.m.
  • 5/6 Playoff: 3rd Place Group 1 vs 3rd Place Group 2, 2 p.m.


  • Live Streams will be available through the US Squash YouTube Channel
  • Live Scoring will be available through ClubLocker (links on the schedule page)


  • The Cavaliers are the top seed in the MASC Championship. Seedings are based on CSA rankings heading into the tournament
  • The Cavaliers remained at No. 5 in last week’s CSA team rankings, their highest position of the season
  • The Cavaliers finished the 2022-23 season with a No. 4 ranking, the highest mark in program history, and were ranked No. 4 this preseason, but were ranked No. 6 when they played their season-opener
  • Stanford, the 2-seed in the tournament, is ranked No. 6. UVA and Stanford did not face one another in the regular season
  • The six teams of the MASC are broken up into Group 1 and Group 2. UVA anchors Group 1 and will face the 4 and 5 seeds in Group Play on Friday and Saturday
  • The winners of Group 1 & 2 will play for the championship on Sunday at 12 p.m. There will also be a 3/4 playoff (10 a.m.) and a 5/6 playoff (2 p.m.)
  • Virginia is looking for its second conference title after winning the first-ever championship in 2019
  • UVA has fallen to Drexel in the final in each of the last three MASC Championships
  • The Cavaliers bring a four-match win streak into the championship and a perfect 4-0 record against MASC teams
  • Nili Sprecher, Lina Tammam and Olivia Walsh all have 8-2 records this year
  • Erin O’Connor and Nina Hashmi both have perfect 4-0 marks this season
  • Meagan Best has a 6-3 record playing at the top of the ladder
  • Virginia topped both Georgetown and Franklin & Marshall by 9-0 scores in the regular season


  • Virginia returns home to host its final two home matches of the season, taking on No. 4 Princeton on Saturday, Feb. 17 and No. 8 Cornell on Sunday Feb. 18. Both matches begin at noon at the McArthur Squash Center