|High School:||Avon Old Farms|
2016-17: Completed the season with an 8-4 record primarily from the No. 3 position, Posted a 4-1 record in Ivy play...Went 2-1 to start the season in the number 2 position, with wins over Drexel's Lucas Rousseiet (12-10, 12-10,11-9) and George Washington's Oisin Logan (11-5, 11-7, 10-12, 11-4)... Beat Ivy League...Picked up a win over Drexel's Michale Thompson at CSA Team Nationals.
2015-16: Finished with a 4-2 overall record and a 2-2 Ivy League record…Started the year with three strong victories over No. 15 Williams College’s John Fitzgerald, No. 9 Franklin and Marshall College’s Silvio Soom, and No. 16 Brown’s Jack Balsberg…Competed in the No. 2 & 3 positions for the Lions before his season ended early due to injury.
2014-15: An 11-4 overall record in his rookie season mainly at the No. 3 & No. 4 positions.
At Avon Old Farms: Attia arrives to Columbia as one of the leading squash players on the 2014 National Champion Avon Old Farms squad. The Egypt native earned U.S. Squash All-American honors following his title run and was named national Athlete of the Week during the season. Attia was a two-sport athlete in both squash and cross country/track.