Harvard's top draw all earned spots on the All-American first team (Gil Talbot).
The trio each picks up their second postseason honor of the season as all three were named to the All-Ivy team earlier this month.
Leonard posted a 12-2 mark in her freshman campaign primarily playing at the No. 2 position, while amassing a perfect 6-0 record in Ivy League matches. The freshman finished ranked No. 3 in the CSA final individual rankings, marking the top rank among all first-year players. Leonard advanced the furthest amongst Harvard at the CSA Individual Championships, making it to the Ramsay Cup semifinals.
Mehta tallied a 13-2 record primarily playing at the No. 3 position and went 5-1 in conference matches during her sophomore campaign. Finishing at No. 10 in the individual ranks, the sophomore earned a victory at each position in the top draw and took home the Ramsay cup consolation final title. The All-American honor is the second of Mehta's career as she earned a spot on the second team a season ago.
Sobhy, the Ivy League Player and Rookie of the Year, registered a 10-2 record playing exclusively at the No. 1 position, including an unblemished 6-0 mark in Ancient Eight play and finished No. 5 in the individual rankings. The freshman won the decisive match in the Howe Cup final over Penn's Reeham Sedky to secure Harvard's 16th national championship.