FIRST-YEAR (2017-18): Member of 2018 Ivy League Championship team.. went 5-9 in his first regular season playing primarily in the No. 9 position...picked up win over St. Lawrence's No. 9 Aran Thawani at CSA Team Championships on Feb. 25...helped Columbia secure outright Ivy title with win over Princeton's No. 9 Shehab Thabet on Feb. 9
2017 graduate of Avon Old Farms School in Avon, CT... 4-year varsity letterer for the squash team… Team captain from 2016-2017… Team was Founder’s League champions in 2016 and 2017… Placed 3rd at the 2017 US High School Squash Nationals… 2nd place finish (both individual and team) at the 2017 New England Interscholastic Championships… Connecticut Regional champion in the U-19 division… Was a Top-20 ranked player in the BU-17 division… 2014 MIAA Individual champion as a freshman (went undefeated)… 2014 MIAA Team champions… 2014 National Skills Level Men’s 4.5 champion… 2016 and 2017 Avon Old Farms Gordon Merit Scholar… 2016 Avon Old Farms Latin Honors Award recipient… Summa Cum Laude National Latin Exam gold medalist… Dean’s List all four years… 4-time US Squash Scholar Athlete Award recipient.
Born May 11, 1998 in Baltimore, MD, but considers Greenwich, CT his hometown… Goes by “Mac”… Step-father Alister Walker is Columbia Squash assistant coach and has been a professional squash player for 15 years… Plans to major in Financial Economics and work on Wall Street someday… Hopes to win an Ivy League and National title at Columbia… Johnathan Quick, all-star goalie for the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings went to his high school… He created the non-profit organization Squash Surfaces for African Purposes.