|High School:||Lyc&amp;amp;amp;eacute;e Emile Zola, Aix-en-Provence|
CSA Individual National Championship winner ... Ivy League player of the year ... First-team CSA All-American ... Ivy League rookie of the year ... Unanimous All-Ivy first team selection ... Recorded a 10-3 record at the No. 1 position for the Potter Cup-winning team ... Made his collegiate debut at No. 1 against Dartmouth, sweeping the Big Green's Carson Spahr (Dec. 5) ... Cruised to a 3-0 sweep of Cornell's Andy Muran at No. 1 (Jan. 12) ... Posted his third straight sweep at No. 1 over Columbia's Velevan Senthilkumar (Jan. 13) ... Overcame his first collegiate deficit to beat St. Lawrence's Karim Ibrahim, 3-1, at No. 1 (Jan. 26) ... Rolled Princeton's Adhitya Raghavan, 3-0, at the No. 1 position (Feb. 2) ... Swept Trinity's former world No. 89 Kush Kumar at No. 1 (Feb. 6) ... Collected his second straight sweep at No. 1 over Yale's Spencer Lovejoy (Feb. 8) ... Dominated Brown's Grant Sterman, 3-0, at the No. 1 position (Feb. 10) ... Swept Dartmouth's Carson Spahr at No. 1 to help the team prevail in its CSA quarterfinal contest (Feb. 15) ... Swept Trinity's Kush Kumar at the No. 1 position once again in the CSA Team Championship Game as the team secured the national title (Feb. 17) ... Swept Drexel's Matias Knudsen in the Pool Trophy round of 16 to kick off his run at the CSA Individual National Championships (Mar. 1) ... Took down teammate Timothy Brownell in the Pool Trophy quarterfinals, 3-0 (Mar. 1) ... Cruised by Yale's Spencer Lovejoy, 3-0, to advance to the Pool Trophy finals (Mar. 2) ... Swept St. Lawrence's Mohamed El Gawarhy to secure Harvard's second consecutive Pool Trophy (Mar. 3).
Nominated among the best junior athletes of the PSA World Tour (2017-18) ... European Junior Champion (2016 & 2017) ... European Senior Team Champion (2018) ... Seven time Junior French Champion ... A member of the SquashFORWARD community aiming at promoting Squash into the Olympic movement.