2016-17: Was one of four captains in his junior season...Posted a 12-4 overall record with 6-1 Ivy League mark... Competed primarily in the 5 & 6 positions... Won both of his matches in the No. 4 spot against Williams College's Carl Shuck and Cornell's Jack Greenwood... Picked up a win over Drexel's Atticus Kelly at CSA Team Nationals (11-5, 7-11, 11-8, 11-4) in the No. 6 position... Won seven straight matches from Dec. 4- Jan. 29.
2015-16: Posted a 7-5 overall and 5-2 Ivy League record in the middle of Columbia’s lineup...Started off with three straight victories over No. 15 Williams College’s Galen Squiers, No. 9 Franklin and Marshall College’s Jackson McCord, and No. 16 Brown’s Philip Demeulenaere.
2014-15: Finished the year with an 11-6 overall and 6-1 Ivy League record…Competed in the No. 7 & 8 positions for the majority of the year.
At Alpharetta: Saleem comes to Columbia as one of the top junior players in the country with a U19 US Squash national ranking of No. 2. Saleem is a two-time winner of the Junior Championship Tour (U15, U17) and a three-time participant of the US/Canadian Battle of the Border competition. He is a model student-athlete having received the US Squash Scholar Athlete Award in 2011 and an AP Scholar with Distinction Award in 2013.