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Columbia Lions men's squash

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Columbia Lions men's squash
Columbia Lions wordmark.svg
UniversityColumbia University
First season2010–11
Head coachJacques Swanepoel (10th season)
LeagueCollege Squash Association
ConferenceIvy League
LocationNew York City, New York
VenueSL Green StreetSquash
RivalriesHarvard, Cornell
All-time record103–66 (.609)
All-Americans5
NicknameLions
ColorsColumbia Blue and White[1]
         
Conference champions
2018
Websitewww.gocolumbialions.com/SportSelect.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=9600&SPID=78095&KEY=

The Columbia Lions men's squash team is the intercollegiate men's squash team for Columbia University located in New York City, New York. The team competes in the Ivy League within the College Squash Association. The university first fielded a varsity team in 2010, under the leadership of head coach Jacques Swanepoel.[2]

History

The Lions beat Harvard in the 2017–2018 regular season for the first time in program history with a nail-biting 5–4 victory, with the deciding match won by Osama Khalifa. They went on undefeated in Ivy League play in the regular season, earning them their very first Ivy League title.

  • 2018 Ivy League Champion [3]

Year-by-year results

Men's Squash

Updated March 2020.[4]

Year Wins Losses Ivy League Overall
2010–2011 13 5 8th 21st
2011–2012 7 11 7th 10th
2012–2013 8 10 6th 12th
2013–2014 8 7 6th 10th
2014–2015 13 4 2nd 4th
2015–2016 7 8 2nd (Tie) 8th
2016–2017 12 4 2nd 4th
2017–2018 16 2 1st 3rd
2018–2019 9 7 3rd (Tie) 6th
2019–2020 10 8 3rd (Tie) 9th

Players

Current roster

Updated March 2020.[5]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
India Robin Mann Sr. 2016 New Delhi, India
6 Canada Rahul Sehrawat Jr. 2016 Toronto, Ontario
14 Germany Zain Athar Jr. 2017 Hamburg, Germany
3 India Krish Kapur Jr. 2017 Kolkata, India
2 South Africa Callan Hall So. 2018 Pretoria, South Africa
7 United States Aditya Kankariya So. 2018 Cupertino, California
9 United States Vishan Patel So. 2018 Atlanta, Georgia
1 England James Wyatt So. 2018 London, England
5 Canada Justin Ghaeli So. 2019 Richmond Hill, Ontario
4 India Chaitanya Shah Fr. 2019 Mumbai, India
8 United States Hugh Camiener Fr. 2019 Birmingham, Michigan
10 South Korea Andrew Jung Fr. 2019 Seoul, South Korea
England Nico Hughes Fr. 2019 London, England

Notable former players

Notable alumni include:

  • Ramit Tandon '15, Current world no. 56, 4x 1st-team All-American and 4x 1st-team All-Ivy, 4 PSA titles
  • Osama Khalifa '18, 4x 1st-team All-American and 4x 1st-team All-Ivy, 2017 College Individual National Champion, Winner of Skillman Award for best 4-year career in college squash

References

  1. ^ Columbia University Brand Guide (PDF). December 1, 2017. Retrieved August 9, 2018.
  2. ^ "Men's Squash – Coaches – Columbia University Lions".
  3. ^ "No. 2 Columbia Clinches Share of First-Ever Ivy League Crown".
  4. ^ http://ivyleaguesports.com/index.aspx?path=msquash#s-standings
  5. ^ "Roster".

External links

This page was last edited on 25 March 2020, at 16:32
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