Smith Squash Alum Rides for AIDS

Mimi Zhang played volleyball and squash when she was at Smith College.  She started playing squash in her second year at Smith College and rose to the #4 spot by her senior year.  One of the first students to graduate from Smith College’s world-renowned program in Engineering, Mimi kept playing squash when she moved to Stanford to complete her Master’s in Bioengineering.  Like many Smith College Squash Alums, she continues the Smith College tradition of giving back after her college years.  In an e-mail to Head Coach of Squash Tim Bacon, Mimi writes from San Francisco:

“Dear friends and family,


just 3 weeks I will again be taking one week off to ride my bike from

SF to Los Angeles to raise money and awareness for AIDS. Because of

your support last year, the SF AIDS Foundation was able to bring hope

to HIV patients and services to their unmet needs. Because of the

incredible return on your investment that I’ve seen personally through

working with the HIV+ community, I am asking for your help again for

this very important cause.

Will you visit my website: and pledge a donation on my behalf?”

Squash Alum Mimi Zhang rides for AIDS

Squash Alum Mimi Zhang rides for AIDS

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