MEN'S SQUASH 2016-17 INCOMING CLASS

"We are excited to have a small but very talented mens first year class joining. We didn't graduate many players from the starting lineup last year so we should be significantly stronger on paper. It all depends on how the preseason goes and if we manage to keep everyone healthy. " - Jacques Swanepoel, Kenneth W. Torrey Head Coach of Squash

SAMBHAV ANAND
HOMETOWN New Delhi, India
HIGH SCHOOL
Delhi Public School

HIGHEST NATIONAL
RANKING(s)

BU19: #23

The Lions welcome a proven winner in Anand to Morningside Heights this season. At the No. 2 position, he led Delhi to victory in the 2015 All-India IPSC Squash Championship in the Boys U19 category, besting a runner-up finish for his school in 2014. As a member of the Delhi’s Boys U17 squad, Anand won a gold medal at the 2014 SGFI School National games.

He is also a 2015 gold medalist in the classroom, maintaining the standard in high academic achievement for seven consecutive years (2008-2014). Anand is a bronze medal winner of the 2015 Manav Stali National Math Championship and finished in the 99th percentile on MENSA Admission test.


ROBIN MANN
HOMETOWN Noida, India
HIGH SCHOOL
Lotus Valley International School
(Noida, India)
HIGHEST NATIONAL RANKING(s)

BU17: #1

BU19: #5

A three-sport athlete in soccer, track and squash, it was on the court where Robin Mann continued to excel. One of the most talented players in the 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 is a recipient of the Udiyaman Pratibha honor (2009) and the Udiyamn Khiladi honor (2015).

 


RAHUL SEHRAWAT
HOMETOWN Ontario, Canada
PREVIOUS SCHOOL
Mayo College
(Toronto, Canada)
HIGHEST NATIONAL RANKING(s)

BU17: #1

Sehrawat is the reigining No. 1 ranked junior in Canada. Earning his way to represent the country at the 2016 World Junior Championships, the India native is a perennial champion. He is a two-time North American Open Champion, a two-time Ontario Open Winner and a two-time Provincial Champion.