Men’s Squash Introduces Three Newcomers to Class of 2022

Men’s Squash Introduces Three Newcomers to Class of 2022

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After last year's 13 win season, with a deep playoff run, Harvard men's squash adds three new members to the team's already highly talented roster.

"We're lucky to add three world-class players this year. To get both finalists from the World Junior Championship is exceptional. All three have already taken an important role on the team and we're looking forward to seeing what they will do during their four years" said Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Head Coach of Men's and Women's Squash Mike Way.

Victor Crouin | Var, France | Lycée Emile Zola, Aix-en-Provence
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 Squash FORWARD community aiming at promoting Squash into the Olympic movement.

George Crowne | Oakville, Ontario |Iroquois Ridge High School
Canadian National Champion (2015 & 2017) ... Round of 16 World Junior Squash Championship (2018) ... Canadian Open Runner Up (2017) ... Ontario Provincial Champion (2015 & 2017) ... Badminton and Cross Country High School Varsity Athlete. 

Marwan Tarek | Cairo, Egypt | Misr American College
Two-time Egyptian National Champion ... Two-time Egyptian World Team Championships ... Three-time British Junior Open Squash Champion ... 2017 Individual World Junior Championship in New Zealand ... Finalist at the 2018 Individual World Junior Championship in India ... National Honor Society Scholar.