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Olivia Walsh

Bryn Mawr, Penn.
Agnes Irwin School
High School
Olivia Walsh - Women's Squash - Virginia Cavaliers


  • All-MASC First Team
  • Finished the season with a 12-5 record, playing primarily at 3 with a 7-4 record at that position
  • Opened the season going 4-0, posting a 6-2 record in November and December
  • Topped Meghna Sreedhar of Yale 11-6, 11-3, 11-4 at 4 in the Cavaliers’ first-ever victory against the team
  • Battled to a 3-2 win against Emi Falconi of Drexel at 4 in the Cavaliers’ first-ever regular-season victory against the Dragons
  • Played at No. 1 on the ladder for just the third time in her collegiate career, picking up a 3-0 win in the Denison match
  • Won 3-2 against Cornell at No. 3 for her 10th win of the season (2/18)
  • MASC All-Academic Team
  • CSA Scholar-Athlete
  • Coach’s Award for Excellence winner at the Hoos Choice Awards


  • All-MASC Second Team, her second time earning All-MASC honors
  • Posted a 17-2 overall record, playing primarily at 4 and 5
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • First-team All-MASC selection
  • Compiled an overall record of 11-8 for the Cavaliers
  • Tallied three victories over opponents from top-10 teams
  • Went on an eight-match win streak from Nov. 21 through Feb. 6
  • Recorded two victories for the Hoos at the MASC Championships (Georgetown, Franklin & Marshall)
  • Advanced to the semifinal of her bracket in the Holleran Cup (CSA B Draw)
  • Made her delayed collegiate debut in the season-opener at Yale, playing at the No. 2 position
  • Picked up her first collegiate win with a five-game victory against Wen Li Lai of Cornell at the No. 2 position (11/21)


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


  • No. 1 GU17 ranked player
  • Ranked 19th in the world for GU17 age bracket
  • Competed with the U.S. at the British Junior U17 Open and U.S. Junior U19 Open
  • Advanced to the fourth round of competition at the U.S. Junior U19 Open
  • Won the women’s A Division National Doubles Championship
  • Junior Doubles Squash National Championships winner
  • Placed second at two high school national championships
  • Won the GU17 Sportsmanship award from US Squash


  • Daughter of Allison Walsh and Stephen Walsh
  • Has one brother, John, and one sister, Amy
  • Public Policy & Leadership major
Year Overall
2021-22 11-8
2022-23 17-2
2023-24 12-5
Total 40-15