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Six Ivies Selected as Men's CSA All-Americans

Six Ivies Selected as Men's CSA All-Americans

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Six Ivies garnered All-America honors from the Men’s College Squash Association (CSA), led by a pair from Columbia.

Two Ivies were named to the First Team, while four were selected as members of the Second Team. Players who are ranked No. 1-4 in the final regular-season individual rankings or post a top 10 finish at the CSA Individual Championships are dubbed First Team All-Americans. Players who are ranked No. 5-10 in the final regular-season individual rankings or finish No. 11-16 at the CSA Individual Championships are tabbed as Second Team All-Americans. Winners of each of the four draws for positions 17-80 at the CSA Individual Championships also earn automatic Second Team All-America status.

Columbia junior and Ivy League Player of the Year Osama Khalifa and Harvard freshman and Ivy League Rookie of the Year Saadeldin Abouaish represented the Ancient Eight on the First Team.

Joining them on the All-America list were Second Team honorees Columbia senior Rishi Tandon, Dartmouth junior Alvin Heumann, Princeton freshman Adhitya Raghavan and Yale senior Thomas Dembinski.

Five of eight Ivy League programs were represented on the All-America teams—Columbia (2), Dartmouth (1), Harvard (1), Princeton (1) and Yale (1).