Mullen finished the winter with a 10-9 record, ranking second on the team in wins. She played the majority of William Smith’s 19 matches at No. 3, posting a 7-7 mark at that position. Mullen also played at No. 2 (1-0) and No. 4 (2-2). She closed out her junior season by winning all three of her matches at the Epps Cup, helping the Herons take home the title. A two-time first team All-Liberty League pick, Mullen was tabbed the Liberty League Performer of the Week twice this year. With one season remaining, she owns a 36-23 career record.
A two-time Liberty League All-Academic selection, Peterson became one of the first William Smith squash players to earn the College Squash Association (CSA) Scholar-Athlete Award. She and classmate Ali Hasaeotes (The Lincoln School/North Attleboro, Mass.) both won the award, which was announced in February at the CSA Team Championships. Peterson posted a 9-10 individual mark this winter, including a 5-6 mark at No. 7. She also saw time at No. 4 (0-1), No. 5 (1-1), and No. 6 (3-2). Peterson rounded out her career with a 19-17 record, finishing with a three-match winning streak and helping William Smith capture the Epps Cup title.