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Harvard Squash Places Nine on 2016-17 CSA Scholar Athletes List

Harvard Squash Places Nine on 2016-17 CSA Scholar Athletes List

HATFIELD, Mass. – The College Squash Association has announced that Harvard squash has nine student-athletes named to the 2016-17 CSA Scholar Athletes List. Five members from the men's team and four from the women's side received the honors.

In order to qualify for the award, students must be a two-time varsity letter winner, a junior or senior, and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or above while playing a top-10 position for the majority of the scheduled matches during the season.

For the men, seniors Bryan Koh and Devin McLaughlin, along with juniors Bradley Smith, Madhav Dhingra and Mandela Patrick were all recognized on the list. For the women, seniors Dileas MacGowan and Katie Tutrone, as well as juniors Sue Ann Yong and Alyssa Mehta were honored with the award.

Both the men's and women's programs had very successful seasons, as the women collected its third-straight national championship and the men earned their fourth Ivy title in the last five years. 

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