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Emma Jinks

Stratford, Canada
Charlottetown Rural
High School
Emma Jinks  - Women's Squash - Virginia Cavaliers


  • All-MASC Second Team
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • Finished the season 8-8
  • Collected a career record of 49-33 at UVA


  •  Co-Team Captain
  • Second-team All-MASC selection
  • Compiled a record of 12-5 for the Cavaliers
  • Tallied victories over six top-10 opponents
  • Went undefeated at MASC Championships
  • Went 5-1 against MASC opponents
  • Recorded wins over No. 3 Princeton’s Raneem El Torkey and No. 4 Columbia’s Ellie McVeigh at the CSA Team Championships
  • Advanced to the quarterfinal of her bracket at the Holleran Cup (CSA Individual B Draw)
  • Named the first CSA Player of the Month for November (12/6)
  • Battled for a five-game victory at the No. 4 position at No. 3 Princeton
  • Picked up a win at Position 4 in the 5-4 win against No. 8 Cornell (11/21)


  • ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • Did not compete due to the COVID-19 cancelation of the season



  • Earned second-team All-America honors, the first player in program history to be named an All-American
  • Qualified for the Ramesy Cup, the A division of the CSA Individual Championships
  • Competed at the team’s No. 1 position throughout the season
  • Recorded a 12-11 overall record, including winning two matches at the Ramesy Cup
  • Won her matches at the Kurtz Cup against Middlebury and Dartmouth at the No. 1 position
  • Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Ranked 21st in the CSA Individual end of year rankings
  • Played in the No. 1 position for the Cavaliers, recording a 14-8
  • Finished the season with a 17-9 overall record
  • Advanced to the finals of the CSA Individual Championships, falling to 3-1 in the finals of the Holleran Cup
  • Recorded nine wins against top 25 programs


  • Topped ranked junior player in Canada
  • Played as Canada’s No. 1 at the 2017 World Junior Squash Championships in New Zealand in addition to being selected as the team’s flag bearer during the opening ceremonies
  • Captured the national championship as the GU13, GU15, GU17 and GU19 levels
  • Finished fifth with Prince Edward Island at the 2015 Canada Winter Games
  • Placed second at Germany’s Pioneer Open in 2015
  • Played at the 2015 and 2017 British Junior Open finishing 13th at the U17 level and 18th at the U19 level, respectively
  • Captured the 2017 Canadian Junior Open title
  • Three-time recipient of the Sport PEI Junior Female Athlete of the Year Award