Sophomore (2017-18): Member of 2018 Ivy League Championship team...Started off the season with 10 consecutive victories from November-January...Went 12-2 in the regular season competing primarily in the No. 6 and 7 spot...Posted 5-1 record in Ivy League play...Went undefeated at CSA Team National's with wins over Rochester's No. 7 Numari Sani, Harvard's No. 7 Adam Corcoran and St. Lawrence's No. 7 George Willis...defeated Princeton's No. 7 Abhimanyu Shah in four sets to secure Columbia's Ivy league title on Feb. 9... honored with team's Most Improved Player.
First-Year (2016-17): Finished his freshman season at 12-4 competing in the 7, 8, & 9 spot, including a 6-1 tally in the Ivy League...Went 4-0 in the No. 7 spot...Picked up his first career win in his first match in the No. 8 spot against Drexel's Noel Solomon (11-9, 11-7, 11-3)... Notched a victory at CSA Team Nationals against Drexel's Mostafa Aboul Makari in the No. 8 slot... Started Ivy Play 3-0 with wins over Brown's Alex Demeulebaere in the No. 7 spot, Yale's Pierson Broadwater in the No. 8 spot and Cornell's Alex Jung in the No. 6 spot.
Prior To Columbia: A three-sport athlete in soccer, track and squash, it was on the court were Robin Mann continued to excel. One of the most talented players in India national squash circuit, Mann’s play earned his highest ranking of No.1 in 2015. A bronze medal winner in the 2012 and 2013 Asian Juniors, Mann also is a recipient of the Udiyaman Pratibha honor (2009) and the Udiyamn Khiladi honor (2015).