Northampton, MA — The Men’s College Squash Association has announced its 2013-2014 First and Second All-American teams.
Complete selection criteria can be found in the All-Americans section of the CSA rules; 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.
Princeton, Rochester, and Trinity each had three All-Americans, followed by Columbia, Harvard, and St. Lawrence with two apiece.
Of the seniors on the First and Second All-American teams, Cornell’s Nick Sachvie was the sole four-time member of the All-American squads (three First Team and one Second Team honors). Fellow senior Ali Farag, the 2014 Skillman Award winner, was named to his third First Team All-American squad in his three years of collegiate play.
Congratulations to the 2013-2014 All-Americans!
First Team (listed alphabetically):
- Moustafa Bayoumy (St. Lawrence University)
- Neil Cordell (Rochester, University of)
- Ali Farag (Harvard University)
- Samuel Kang (Princeton University)
- Amr Khaled Khalifa (St. Lawrence University)
- Ryosei Kobayashi (Rochester, University of)
- Brandon McLaughlin (Harvard University)
- Nicholas Sachvie (Cornell University)
- Ramit Tandon (Columbia University)
- Mario Yanez (Rochester, University of)
Second Team (listed alphabetically):
- Ahmed Hatata (Bates College)
- Karan Malik (Trinity College)
- Tyler Osborne (Princeton University)
- Abhishek Pradhan (Franklin and Marshall College)
- Mauricio Sedano (Franklin and Marshall College)
- Rishi Tandon (Columbia University)
- James Van Staveren (Western Ontario)
- Juan Vargas (Trinity College)
- Dylan Ward (Princeton University)
- Miled Zarazua (Trinity College)