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Maureen Foley

Buffalo, N.Y.
Nichols School
High School
Maureen Foley - Women's Squash - Virginia Cavaliers


  • All-MASC Second Team
  • Finished the season with an 11-10 record, playing positions 2-5
  • Started the season with a 4 match win streak, and had a 5 match win streak later in the season from Dec. 3- Feb. 10
  • Made her third straight appearance in the Holleran Cup (CSA B-Division), advancing to the semifinals for the second time in her career
  • Opened the season with four straight wins against opponents from Georgetown, Yale, Columbia, and Franklin & Marshall
  • Battled to a 3-2 win against Dartmouth’s Priya Verma at 4 (12/3)
  • Picked up a 3-0 victory at position 2 against Denison (1/21)
  • CSA Scholar-Athlete
  • MASC All-Academic Team


  • Won the consolation bracket of the Holleran North B Division at the CSA Individual Championships, topping Drexel’s Moa Bonnemark 3-2 in the final
  • Finished the season 13-8 primarily playing No. 7
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Named Women’s Team Rookie of the Year by the UVA coaching staff
  • Second-team All-MASC selection
  • Accumulated a record of 11-5
  • Won five-straight matches following a loss in her collegiate debut
  • Notch points for the Cavaliers against Dickinson and Drexel at the MASC Championships
  • Recorded a win over No. 4 Columbia’s Renee Chan at the CSA Team Championships
  • Advanced to the quarterfinals of her bracket in the Holleran Cup (CSA Individual B Draw)
  • Won her match at nine in the upset win at Columbia, taking down Elizabeth Lentz 16-14, 11-3, 11-3 (11/14)
  • Battled for a five-game victory at Penn, coming back from down 2-0 (11/19)
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Played on the varsity team for five years at the Nichols School, helping to lead the team to the 2017 Division 4 Championship at the US Squash High School nationals as an eighth-grader
  • 2018 Buffalo Top Prep Player of the Year
  • Currently ranked No. 11 nationally in Girls U-19 after previously rising to as high as No. 6 in the U-15 and U-17 rankings
  • Member of the US U-13 and U-15 junior national teams, competing twice at the British Junior Open and also competing on the winning side in the 2018 USA vs. Canada tournament
  • Also played lacrosse and golf and ran cross country at the Nichols School


  • Daughter of Kate Foley and Steve Foley
  • Has an older brother, Stephen, and an older sister, Claire, the latter played squash at George Washington
  • Major is Media Studies, minor is Entrepreneurship
Year Overall
2021-22 11-5
2022-23 13-8
2023-24 11-10
Total 35-23