CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard men’s squash freshman, Gary Power, has been selected to the College Squash Association All-America first-team. Power, who finished the season ranked as the No. 7 individual in college squash, is joined on the squad by nine of the best players in the nation.
Power competed as the Crimson’s top individual this season, earning a 13-6 overall record. His .684 winning percentage ranked him second on the team this season. At the CSA Individual National Championship, Power reached the round of 16 with a three-game sweep of No. 28 Peter Sopher of Princeton. He would pick up two more victories at the tournament and reach the consolation finals.
Power, who was also named to the All-Ivy League team earlier this year, headlines a strong group of Crimson freshmen that will be looking to improve on its fifth-place finish at the CSA National Team Championship. Four freshmen were consistent competitors in the top nine for a Harvard squad that only loses two seniors this year.