Harvard Men’s Squash Announces its Class of 2023

Photo courtesy: Conner Grant
Photo courtesy: Conner Grant

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard men's squash will welcome its Class of 2023, which features Ayush Menon and Liam Rotzoll, to campus in the fall, Mike Way announced today.

Way, the Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Squash at Harvard University, is slated to begin 10th season at the helm in 2019-20, and is coming off a season in which he led the Crimson to an Ivy League title and a national championship.

Below is a look at the Harvard men's squash Class of 2023:

Ayush Menon
Edison, N.J. | Wardlaw-Hartridge School
Three-time All-America honoree (2017-19)… Placed third at World Junior Team Championships as a member of Team U.S.A. (2018)… Placed third individually at U.S. Junior Open Championships (2018)… U.S. Squash Scholar-Athlete Award recipient (2017-19)… Played in the midfield on the soccer team (2018-19)… Was a small forward on the basketball team in 2016-17… AP Scholar with Distinction in 2018… National Merit Scholarship winner… Served as student council president (2017-18) and graduated summa cum laude… Received the Rensselaer Medal Award in 2018… Served his community as an Interfaith Rise Refugee tutor (2017-2019)… Son of Ullaas and Pinali Javeri.

Liam Rotzoll
Bethesda, Md. | Walt Whitman High School
National Capital Squash MVP for BU17 and BU19 (2017-19)… Represented Team U.S.A. in the British Junior Open and Junior Pan-American Games… Was ranked as high as No. 5 in the BU19 national rankings… Competed in tennis and finished second individually in Montgomery County for the No. 3 singles position in 2015… Helped Walt Whitman High to the county tournament title as a freshman… AP Scholar with distinction (2018)… Participated in Walt Whitman High's DECA program… Took third place for business presentation at the county tournament… Volunteered his time to teach tennis to underprivileged children from 2015-17… Son of Yongmei Ye and Eric Rotzoll.