Koh, McLaughlin Named CSA Scholar Athletes

Koh, McLaughlin Named CSA Scholar Athletes

The co-captains combined to go 13-1 in Ivy League matches (Gil Talbot).

HATFIELD, Mass. – Co-captains Bryan Koh and Devin McLaughlin were honored by the Men's College Squash Association as Scholar Athletes, as the league announced today.

In order to be considered for the award, student-athletes must be a junior or senior, have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or above and be a two-time varsity letterwinner at the school he is currently attending.

McLaughlin compiled an 8-2 record in his junior campaign primarily playing at the No. 6 position, while also seeing action at the No. 5 spot. McLaughlin went 6-1 in Ivy League matches before he saw his season shortened due to injury.

Koh, who garnered a spot on the CSA All-America second team and was named All-Ivy, adds to his list of postseason honors. The junior led Harvard with an 11-5 record primarily playing at the No. 3 position and was the lone member of the Crimson to go undefeated in Ancient Eight matches at 7-0.