Year Senior
Hometown Toronto, Canada
High School St. Michael's College School
Birthdate July 31, 2013


2016-17: Captained the Lions in his senior season... Went 9-6 on the season including a 3-3 tally in Ivy play... Competed in the No. 7, 8, & 9 spots...Went 2-0 in the No. 7 position with victories against William College's Mason Elizondo and Cornell's Kenan Ong... Won Ivy League matches against Brown's Charlie Blasburg in the No. 8 spot and Darmouth's Brian Giegerich in the No. 9 spot...Picked up a win at CSA Team Nationals over Drexel's Joshua Hughes.

2015-16: Played between the No. 5-7 positions this season...Won three-consectuive mathes to start the season, inclduing a conference win over Brown's Foster Hoff...Capped the regualr season with a victory over Princeton's Michael LeBlanc.

2014-15: Primarily played at the No. 6 position...Put together a string of four consecutive wins, including conference wins over Brown's Nick Talbott and Dartmouth's Micahel Mistras.

2013-14: Primarily played in the No. 4 position this season…Defeated Derek Chilvers of #10 Penn in a come from behind, five game victory…Won one of two team matches against #7 Princeton…Earned 5 consecutive victories to finished the year, including three victories in the CSA National Championships … Ended the season with a record of 11-3.

Previous: Sekhar arrives to Columbia as one of the top Canadian squash players. He was the Scottish Junior Open Champion in 2008, the Canadian Junior Open Champion in 2009, a two-time Canadian National Junior Champion and a Canada Winter Games Gold Medalist. Sekhar is also a former three-time junior Canadian No. 1 ranked player, including the U13, U15 and U17 groups. He also represented his country at the 2010 Pan American Junior Championships and the 2012 World Junior Championships.

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