Above are the 2009 Princeton Women's Squash team members in Egypt
The Princeton Women’s Squash team and Women’s Lacrosse team share common goals in addition to being successful academically and athletically. Members of each team wanted to increase their community service outreach efforts and do their part to fight world hunger in the process. Both teams agreed they strive to have an impact on their local community, and as a result have been working on a series of small fundraisers designed to reduce hunger in their immediate surroundings.
The Squash and Lacrosse team combined forces to offer two-minute back massages for Princeton students at the
In addition to staving off hunger, the Princeton Women’s Lacrosse and Princeton Women’s Squash team also worked through the “Spirit of the Holidays” project, and sponsored a family living with HIV/AIDS who are in dire financial need. The “Spirit of the Holidays” is an organization dedicated to helping families living with the deadly disease, and was started by Barb Previ’s (Soccer, Lacrosse) aunt in 2004.
The teams raised enough money from their massage fundraiser to purchase every item on the ‘wish list’ of the