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Ramit Tandon
Year: Senior
Hometown: Kolkata, India
High School: Sishya
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2013-14: Started the season with nine consecutive victories … Advanced to the semi-finals of the CSA Individual National Championships and lead Columbia to a runner-up finish in the CSA Team National Championship … Boasted a record of 14-1, with all victories coming in three games … Was unanimously selected to the All-Ivy League team for the third straight year.

2012-13: Began the season with six consecutive three-game victories … Held a 7-2 record against Ivy League opponents … Won his first two matches at the 2013 CSA Individeal National Championships to reach the quarterfinals … Led the Lions with a record of 17-4 on the year … Selected to the Men’s All-Ivy League team for the second straight year.  

2011-12: Finished the season with a 15-1 record as Columbia's top player ... Ended the year ranked second in the nation after finishing as the runner-up at the CSA Individual National Championships ... Selected to the CSA All-America First-Team and was the Ivy League co-Rookie of the Year ... Won the first 23 games of the season he played in and lost just six games the entire year ... Twelve of his 15 victories came in three games ... Lone loss came in the CSA Individual Finals to No. 1 Ali Farag from Harvard.