Men’s Squash Welcomes Three as Class of 2020

Men’s Squash Welcomes Three as Class of 2020

Squash head coach Mike Way welcomes three student-athletes to make up the class of 2020 (Photo Courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications). 

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Mike Way, the Gregory Lee '87 and Russell Ball '88 Endowed Coach for Squash at Harvard University, announced the addition of three newcomers for the 2016-17 season.

The class of 2020 includes three decorated freshmen that look to return Harvard men's squash to the top of the Ivy League after finishing tied for second in 2015-16.

Saadeldin Abouaish | Cairo, Egypt | El Alsson School

Attended El Alsson School … Three-time British Junior Open runner-up … Third-place finish in World Junior Championships in 2015 … Ranked first in the world in the Juniors … No. 1 seed at 2016 World Juniors in Poland.

Timothy Brownell | Belmont, Mass. | Belmont Hill School

Six-year letterwinner and three-year captain at Belmont Hill School … Four-time all-league recognition … Two-time Globe All-Scholastic League MVP … Three-time US Squash All-American … Six consecutive league titles (undefeated over six years in Inter-Ac play) … 2014 U.S. Junior Open Champion U19 … 2014 U.S. Olympic Committee Squash Athlete of the Year … U.S. Scholar Athlete … National Latin and Spanish Exam Gold Medalist.

Sean Hughes | Newton Square, Pa. | The Haverford School

Four-year letterwinner and senior captain at The Haverford School … Four-time US Squash All-American … Three-time National Squash Champion … Four-time first team all-region selection … High School National Team Champion in 2012 … National Team runner-up in 2016 … John E. Krout '37 Memorial Award for Business … Cum Laude Society inductee.