Squash Ties Program Record With Five CSA Scholar-Athletes

Headshots of five MIT Scholar Athletes

Cambridge, Mass. (April 6) - The MIT squash team tied a program record this year as five Engineers were selected as Scholar-Athletes by the College Squash Association (CSA) for the 2020-21 academic year. The last time the Engineers had five honorees was during the 2015-16 campaign.

The Scholar-Athlete Award was granted this season to varsity juniors or seniors who have played on the team throughout their college career, have earned at least two varsity letters, would have been eligible to compete this season, and achieved a high academic standing at their institution.

Senior Henry Martin (Brooklyn, N.Y.) was the only repeat honoree as he picked up his second CSA Scholar-Athlete award. Classmates Joe O'Connor (Kennebunkport, Maine) and William Wu (Eagleville, Pa.) as well as juniors Aman Sanger (New York, N.Y.) and Keith Lamp (Short Hills, N.J.) earned the accolade for the first time in their respective careers.

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