2016-17: Saw action in the Number 3, 4, & 5 positions... Finished with a record of 8-7, including a 3-1 tally in the No. 3 spot... Went 3-4 in the Ivy... Picked up league wins over Brown's Nick Pitaro in the No. 4 spot, Yale's Max Martin in the No. 5 spot and Cornell's Perry Hanson in the No. 3 spot.
2015-16: Finished with a 7-4 overall and 4-2 Ivy League record in the the 2, 3, & 4 positions for the Lions… Picked up Ivy League victories over No. 16 Brown’s Alexander Baldock, No. 12 Cornell’s Gustav Runersjo, No. 2 Penn’s Anders Larson, and No. 13 Princeton's Vivek Dinodia.
Previous: Madi arrives to Morningside Heights adding to a pool of talented players from Egypt that already contribute to the Columbia squad. No stranger to success, Madi is a two-time National Champion capturing the crown in 2010 and 2012. He aided in a pair of Arab Tournament Team Championship wins in 2013 and 2015. . With his best U19 national ranking of fourth overall, Madi went on to participate in the 2015 World Junior Open with the Egyptian National Team.