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College Squash Hall of Fame Player Profile: Wendy Zaharko

The College Squash Association’s Hall of Fame is located at the University of Pennsylvania. The CSA is complementing the Hall of Fame plaques with brief online synopses of Hall of Fame players, coaches, and friends.


  • Player: Wendy Zaharko
  • Inducted: 1995, WCSA Hall of Fame
  • School: Princeton, Class of 1975
  • Individual Championship: 1972, 1974, and 1975

In 1971, Wendy Zaharko entered Princeton as a highly skilled and accomplished squash player. She was the captain of the inaugural Tigers’ varsity team. She won the Individual Championship in 1972, 1974, and 1975. She was also a member of Princeton’s National Championship Teams in 1972, 1974, and 1975. During her college career, Zaharko posted a perfect win-loss record, never losing either a game in dual match or tournament play.

After college, Zaharko coached professionally. In 1977, she began a career in medicine.