|Title:||Assistant Coach / Communications and Alumni Relations Coordinator|
|Previous College:||University of Rochester|
Both the men's and women's programs have seen great success in Ahmed's three years with the Crimson. The men's side has amassed 34 wins, two-consecutive Ivy League titles and the programs first national championship since 1998 in 2014. The women's side has also been strong under coach Ahmed, picking up 40 wins, two Ivy league championships and two national titles.
Ahmed came to Harvard in 2013, after spending the previous two seasons at his alma mater, the University of Rochester, as an assistant coach. During his time at Rochester he made a big impact on the squash program, coaching six athletes that earned All-America honors, 10 athletes that were named All-Liberty League and one athlete that was tabbed as Liberty League Player of the Year. Ahmed saw his team win back-to-back league titles and land the No. 5 spot in the national rankings for two consecutive seasons.
During his collegiate career at Rochester, Ahmed was a three time All-America selection and served as team captain for three seasons. The squad moved from the No. 16 spot in the nation to as high as No. 2 during the 2009-10 campaign.
Ahmed earned a bachelor’s degree in English in 2011. He was one of Finland’s 2007 Fulbright Undergraduates who received a scholarship to pursue undergraduate studies in the United States. He also holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Rochester’s Simon School of Business.