Third year head coach Allen Fitzsimmons guided the Mount Holyoke squash team to a record of 14-12 in 2010-11. Using a balanced attack, the Lyons finished with a CSA ranking of 12th nationally for the second year in a row.
Junior Shara Robertson and first year Shaheen Madraswala lifted Mount Holyoke to its fifth consecutive Seven Sisters Championship. Both players were named to the All-Tournament Team after the Lyons blanked both Smith College and Vassar College.
Mount Holyoke, which entered the CSA National Championships as the seventh seed in the B Division, opened the weekend with a thrilling 6-3 victory over second seeded Middlebury College. As a result of their upset win, the Lyons moved on to the semifinal round, where they were dropped 6-3 by third seeded Williams College. They then suffered a heartbreaking 5-4 setback to fourth seeded Bates College in the consolation match.
Robertson recorded a dual match record of 18-8, while Madraswala and Ranaweera went 19-5 and 15-11, respectively. Gurunada wrapped up her outstanding career with an 8-3 mark.
All four players represented Mount Holyoke at the CSA Individual Championships. They were joined by sophomore Tempest Bowden.