Men's Squash Earns Two All-Ivy Honorees; West Named Ivy League Player of the Year

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass.- Harvard men's squash team earned two representatives on the All-Ivy League team, the league office announced Wednesday morning. Senior co-captain Colin West was named the Player of the Year and earned his fourth career nod to the All-Ivy League team. Junior Richard Hill earned his first career spot on the All-Ivy League team.

West, a product of Toronto, Ont., won the CSA individual national title, as he posted a 16-1 overall record during his senior season.  The winner of the Pool Cup, West was also the recipient of the Skillman Award, which is given annually to a senior men’s squash player who has demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship during his entire college career.

West owned a 5-0 record at the CSA Individual Championships and was 11-1 at the No. 1 position during the dual season.  He posted a perfect 6-0 record in Ivy League matches and owned a 3-0 mark at the CSA Team Championships, earning wins against Princeton, Western Ontario and Cornell.

Hill, a native of Singapore, finished the season with a 9-6 overall mark and picked up a victory in first round of CSA Individual Championships.  The junior sported an 8-4 record at the No. 2 position and grabbed wins against Western Ontario and Cornell at CSA Team Championships.

West and Hill helped the Crimson finish fifth at the CSA Team Championships, as Harvard went 7-5 overall.  The Crimson also owned a 4-2 record in Ivy League matches.