Ryan is the Crimson's sole All-America representative.(Zack Williamson)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The CSA (College Squash Association) announced its 2014-15 Men's College Squash All-Americans Tuesday morning, with one Crimson player making the cut.
Freshman David Ryan earned first team All-America honors after going 10-0 in his first collegiate season.
After missing the first three matches due to a preseason injury, Ryan was inserted into the lineup making an instant impact. Ryan made his debut against Princeton, sweeping Taylor Tutrone at the No. 5 position.
He would go on to win the next nine matches, helping the Crimson go undefeated against Ancient Eight opponents and winning its third-consecutive Ivy League Championship.
Ryan also made a surprise run at the CSA Individual Championships. He went 3-1 in Pool Trophy competition, advancing to the semifinals falling to Trinity's Osama Khalifa.