2012: Corey was 1-3 before taking the second semester off to participate in the New York City study abroad program. She was 0-2 at five and 1-1 at six. A double-major in global studies and fine arts, she earned Dean's List honors for her efforts in the classroom.
2011: Corey went 5-11 as a sophomore, playing primarily at six where she was 5-8. She went 0-1 at four and 0-2 at five.
2010: Corey did not play in any intercollegiate matches in her first year on the team
At Brighton: A member of the soccer team and an equestrian,
Corey was an AP Scholar.
The St. Lawrence University women's squash team first competed as a varsity program in the 1999-2000 season. Since then, the Saints have had a series of highly competitive seasons including top 20 rankings.
The Saints compete in the Robie Squash Center which includes nine ASB Systems squash courts as well as an Anderson glass championship court with seating for 100 spectators. The additional court provides student-athletes with a premiere practice and competition site and gives the University the opportunity to host a national individual championship for squash. St. Lawrence was the site of the 2004 College Squash Association men's and women's national individual squash championships.
St. Lawrence is a member of the College Squash Association and the National Intercollegiate Squash Racquets Association. The schedule blends dual matches and collegiate tournaments with individual play in nearby Canadian open tournaments. Among the teams met in tournament or dual play in recent seasons have been Dartmouth, Cornell, Williams, Colby and Middlebury, as well as Liberty League rivals William Smith and Vassar.
Meg North and Jenn Hearn competed in CSA Individual Nationals at Williams to conclude the 2008-09 season with both players going 0-2 in Holleran Cup competition.
North lost her opening match to Emilie Kraft 9-4, 9-0, 9-2 and lost in the consolation round to Ellie Foster 9-1, 9-1, 9-5 to finish her season with a 3-11 record. Hearn lost in the first round to Casey Simchik, 9-5, 9-4, 9-0 and lost to Chrissy Parsons in the consolation round 9-0, 9-0, 9-2. She finised her rookie season with a 4-15 record.
The most successful squash coach in St. Lawrence's history, Chris Abplanalp
has completed nine seasons at the helm of the men's and women's programs after
taking over in December of 2004.
Abplanalp, a five-time Liberty League Coach of the Year, led the 2012-13 men's
team to its first-ever appearance in the Potter Cup Championship at the College
Squash Association Nationals where it finished sixth in the nation, the
program's highest ranking ever. The
historic season also featured St. Lawrence's first CSA individual champion and
All-American in Amr Khaled Khalifa and an unprecedented victory over Cornell
Abplanalp has coached nine Liberty League major award winners and his
players have been named All-Conference 45 times. The women's program continues to improve with
a youthful roster and has reached as high as 12th nationally in
In addition to coaching squash at St. Lawrence, Chris is also a coach with
Squash and Beyond World, working with young players, as well as professional players
and coaches on international tours around the world. He is also a member
of the CSA Executive Board.
A Canton, NY native, Chris graduated from Connecticut College, where he was an
All-American and two-sport student-athlete. Prior to being named the
Saints head squash coach, he spent several seasons as the assistant men's
lacrosse coach at St. Lawrence.