By Michael T. Bello
Published Mar 31, 2015 at 7:00 AM ET; Updated Mar 29, 2015 at 7:10 PM ET

Dunlop Sports - Official Squash Ball of the CSANorthampton, MA — Today, the final Dunlop Men's College Squash Association Individual Rankings of the 2014 – 2015 season were released.

The final individual rankings are the results from the 2015 Individual Championships. Players had to participate at Individual Championships to receive a year-end ranking.

In the coming days, the 2014 – 2015 Men’s College Squash Association All-American teams will be released.

Listed after each player’s name is their school.

  1. Ahmed Abdel Khalek (Bates College)
  2. Osama Khalifa (Columbia University)
  3. Ryosei Kobayashi (University of Rochester)
  4. David Ryan (Harvard University)
  5. Aditiya Jagtap (Cornell University)
  6. Samuel Kang (Princeton University)
  7. Edgar Zayas (St. Lawrence University)
  8. Ahmed Hatata (Bates College)
  9. Rick Penders (Trinity College)
  10. Mario Yanez (University of Rochester)
  11. Marwan Mahmoud (University of Pennsylvania)
  12. James Van Staveren (Western Ontario)
  13. Miled Zarazua (Trinity College)
  14. Juan Vargas (Trinity College)
  15. Karan Malik (Trinity College)
  16. Tomotaka Endo (University of Rochester)
  17. Ahmed Bayoumy (St. Lawrence University)
  18. Neil Cordell (University of Rochester)
  19. Rishi Tandon (Columbia University)
  20. Mason Ripka (George Washington University)
  21. Cole Osborne (Franklin and Marshall College)
  22. Derek Hsue (University of Pennsylvania)
  23. Atticus Kelly (Drexel University)
  24. Bryan Koh (Harvard University)
  25. Tyler Osborne (Princeton University)
  26. Vrishab Kotian (Trinity College)
  27. Sam Fenwick (Yale University)
  28. Thomas Dembinski (Yale University)
  29. Luke Willemse (Drexel University)
  30. Moustafa Hamada (Trinity College)
  31. Ibrahim Khan (St. Lawrence University)
  32. Hayes Murphy (University of Pennsylvania)
  33. Andrew McGuinness (Naval Academy)
  34. Affeeq Ismail (Trinity College)
  35. Ibrahim Bakir (Drexel University)
  36. Jamie Ruggiero (Williams College)
  37. Joseph Roberts (Yale University)
  38. Matt Roberts (Harvard University)
  39. Noah Browne (Amherst College)
  40. Kevin Chen (Williams College)
  41. Anderson Good (St. Lawrence University)
  42. Dylan Cunningham (Franklin and Marshall College)
  43. Oisin Logan (George Washington University)
  44. Omar Allaudin (Trinity College)
  45. Kyle Martino (Dartmouth College)
  46. Graham Dietz (Cornell University)
  47. James Kacergis (Naval Academy)
  48. August Frank (University of Pennsylvania)
  49. Michelangelo Bertocchi (University of Rochester)
  50. Anders Larson (University of Pennsylvania)
  51. Pedro Almeida (Franklin and Marshall College)
  52. Pierson Broadwater (Yale University)
  53. William Mohr (University of Rochester)
  54. Josh Hughes (Naval Academy)
  55. Darrius Campbell (Bates College)
  56. Mason Blake (University of Virginia)
  57. Thomas Kingshott (Yale University)
  58. Hussien Elrayes (St. Lawrence University)
  59. James Watson (University of Pennsylvania)
  60. Duncan Maxwell (St. Lawrence University)
  61. Lockie Munro (St. Lawrence University)
  62. Michael Thompson (Drexel University)
  63. Andres de Frutos (George Washington University)
  64. Michael LeBlanc (Princeton University)
  65. William McBrian (Colby College)
  66. Andrew Jung (Middlebury College)
  67. Nicolas Talbott (Brown University)
  68. William MacFarlane (Stanford University)
  69. Abhimanyu Shah (Princeton University)
  70. Sam Ezratty (Princeton University)
  71. Wei Sien Goh (Minnesota, University of)
  72. Raheem Logan (Wesleyan University)
  73. Nicholas Struzenski (Dickinson College)
  74. Nathan Vestrich-Shade (Haverford College)
  75. Terrance Rose (Hobart College)
  76. Nikhil Punwaney (MIT)
  77. Faizan Rahim (Siena College)
  78. Vincent Mencotti (Vassar College)
  79. Kincade Webster (Fordham University)