Year First Year
Hometown Alexandria, Egypt
High School Riada International School
Major Economics
Experience High School
School: CC
Birthdate May 29, 1999


First-Year (2017-18): Tallied 11-6 record in first-year campaign competing primarily in the No. 5 position, including 5-2 mark in Ivy League play...Won decisive match against's Penn's No. 5 Lindsay Stanley to secure program's first-ever win over Penn (Feb. 11)...Defeated Penn's Stanley for a second time at CSA Team Championships (Feb. 16-18)...Picked up a four set victory over Yale's No. 5 Selena Maity (Feb. 3).


Winner of more than 50 titles in Egypt… 7-time Egyptian National champion… 5-time British Junior Open champion… Winner of the World Junior Squash Championship… She was the youngest player ever to achieve a PSA world ranking in the Top-100, Top-50, and Top-20… Also the youngest ever to win a PSA title (14 years, 5 months)… Won four PSA titles before the age of 16… Played on two World Junior Squash Championship-winning teams… Four wins against World Top-10 players


2017 graduate of Riada International School in Alexandria, Egypt


Born May 29, 1999 in Alexandria, Egypt… Nicknamed “Biba”…Daughter of Mohamed and Maha Mohamed… Sister Farida is a professional squash player and one of the top players in Egypt… She chose Columbia over offers from Penn, Princeton, Yale, and Harvard… Plans to major in Economics and go into entrepreneurship in the future… Hopes to someday be considered one of the world’s premier economists and become the #1 ranked women’s squash player in the world… Her favorite actress is Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke… In her free-time, she enjoys doing charity work with her friends

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