Northampton, MA — The Men’s College Squash Association has announced its 2010-2011 First and Second All-American teams.
Complete selection criteria can be found in the All-Americans section of the men’s by-laws; however, it is important to note that to be eligible for All-American status, a player must compete in the Individual Championships. Players who do not compete in Individuals can still receive a national ranking and honorable mention.
Trinity, the 2011 National Team Champion (Potter Cup), had five All-Americans, while their challenger in the championship final, Yale, had four. Princeton and Rochester each had three All-Americans, while Cornell had two and Dartmouth, Franklin & Marshall, and Harvard each had a single All-American.
Seniors David Letourneau (Princeton), the 2011 Skillman Award winner, and Randy Lim (Trinity) were each named to the All-American teams for the fourth time in their careers.
Franklin & Marshall’s Gabriel de Melo earned the school its first All-American honor since Vineet Asthana in the 1998-1999 season.
Congratulations to the 2010-2011 All-Americans!
First Team (listed alphabetically):
- Gabriel de Melo (Franklin & Marshall)
- Ben Fischer (Rochester, University of)
- Chris Hanson (Dartmouth College)
- Todd Harrity (Princeton University)
- David Letourneau (Princeton University)
- Vikram Malhotra (Trinity College)
- Gary Power (Harvard University)
- Nick Sachvie (Cornell University)
- Kelly Shannon (Princeton University)
- Parth Sharma (Trinity College)
- Andres Vargas (Trinity College)
Second Team (listed alphabetically):
- Hameed Ahmed (Rochester, University of)
- Richard Dodd (Yale University)
- Chris Binnie (Trinity College)
- Kenny Chan (Yale University)
- Andres Duany (Rochester, University of)
- Naishadh Lalwani (Yale University)
- Randy Lim (Trinity College)
- Hywell Robinson (Yale University)
- Thomas Spettigue (Cornell University)