Nine NESCAC Players Earn CSA All-America Honors

Nine NESCAC Players Earn CSA All-America Honors

Courtesy of the College Squash Association

HADLEY, Mass. - The College Squash Association (CSA) has released the 2017-2018 All-American selections. All-Americans represent the highest level of competitive excellence in college squash, and are chosen based on in-season and championship play.

Harvard led the total count with nine selections, trailed by Trinity with eight and both teams faced off against each other in the women’s and men’s title matches. NESCAC Women’s Squash Player of the Year, Laila Samy of Wesleyan, was also honored as an All-American.

Trinity was victorious over the Crimson in the men’s championship match to capture its 17th national title. Harvard prevailed over Trinity in the women’s title match.

First Team
Reeham Sedky (University of Pennsylvania)
Georgina Kennedy (Harvard University)
Melissa Alves (University of Pennsylvania)
Sabrina Sobhy (Harvard University)
Kayley Leonard (Harvard University)
Lucy Beecroft (Yale University)
Amelia Henley (Harvard University)
Olivia Fiechter (Princeton University)
Marie Stephan (University of Pennsylvania)
Raneem Sharaf (Trinity College)

Second Team
Zoe Foo Yuk Han (George Washington University)
Vanessa Raj (Trinity College)
Kira Keating (Princeton University)
Sue Ann Yong (Harvard University)
Min Jie Teh (Trinity College)
Laila Samy (Wesleyan University)
Tanvi Khanna (Columbia University)
Julia Le Coq (Trinity College)
Salma Alam Eldin (Trinity College)
Alyssa Mehta (Harvard University)
Casey Wong (Stanford University)

Men’s All-Americans:

First Team
Saadeldin Abouaish (Harvard University)
Ahmed Bayoumy (St. Lawrence University)
Timmy Brownell (Harvard University)
Andrew Douglas (University of Pennsylvania)
Alvin Heumann (Dartmouth College)
Karim Ibrahim (St. Lawrence University)
Youssef Ibrahim (Princeton University)
Osama Khalifa (Columbia University)
Kush Kumar (Trinity College)
Spencer Lovejoy (Yale University)
David Ryan (Harvard University)
Velavan Senthilkumar (Columbia University)

Second Team
Mahmoud Abdel Maksoud (George Washington University)
Omar Allaudin (Trinity College)
Moustafa Bayoumy (St. Lawrence University)
Ashley Davies (University of Rochester)
Tomotaka Endo (University of Rochester)
Harrison Gill (Yale University)
Belal Nawar (St. Lawrence University)
Lucas Rousselet (Drexel University)
Ziad Sakr (Trinity College)