|High School:||Iroquois Ridge High School|
Molloy Cup East Champion … Finished the season with an undefeated record of 12-0 … Helped the team win back-to-back Potter Cup titles at the CSA National Championships … Extended his personal win streak to 25 consecutive matches … Did not lose a set in scoring matches, recording straight-set wins in every match he competed in … Defeated Hao-Chen Cheng of Princeton, 3-0, in the Potter Cup semifinal match … Swept Nicholas Fehn, 3-0, in the CSA National Championship quarterfinals … Defeated Trinity’s Zaid Sakr by a combined score of 33-8 … Triumphed over Dartmouth’s Max Finklestein, 3-0 and outscored his opponent 33-6 for his most dominant win of the season … Defeated Penn’s Dillon Huang 3-0 (11-5, 11-9, 11-9) in the Molloy Cup East Final.
Went a perfect 13-0 on the year playing at a variety of different positions ... Assisted the team on its path to a National Championship ... Started his collegiate career with an easy 3-0 sweep of Northeastern's Alexander Jafry playing at No. 2 (Nov. 14) ... Cruised to a sweep of Tufts' Marco Rodriguez at No. 3 (Nov. 28) ... Earned his third-straight sweep with a victory over MIT's Keith Lamp at No. 4 (Nov. 30) ... Recorded yet another sweep over Max Finkelstein of Dartmouth at No. 5 (Dec. 5) ... Defeated Cornell's Nicholas Göth Errington, 3-1, at No. 6 (Jan. 12) ... Took down Columbia's Rahul Sehrawat, 3-1, playing at the No. 7 position (Jan. 13) ... Recorded a sweep of Penn's Yash Bhargava at No. 7 (Feb. 3) ... Battled Trinity's Andrew Lee at No. 7 and came away with the 3-1 victory (Feb. 6) ... Moved back into the No. 6 position against Yale and swept the Elis' Jay Losty (Feb. 8) ... Stepped up to No. 5 against Brown and rolled the Bears' Harrison Boyer, 3-0 (Feb. 10) ... Overcame a 2-1 deficit to remain undefeated and beat Dartmouth's Tucker Martino, 3-2, at No. 7 in the team's CSA quarterfinal victory (Feb. 15) ... Swept Penn's Yash Bhargava at No. 7 for the second time as the team advanced to the Potter Cup final (Feb. 16) ... Defeated Trinity's Andrew Lee, 3-1, to complete his perfect season and help the team win the National Championship (Feb. 17).
Canadian National Champion (2015 & 2017) ... Round of 16 World Junior Squash Championship (2018) ... Canadian Open Runner Up (2017) ... Ontario Provincial Champion (2015 & 2017) ... Badminton and Cross Country High School Varsity Athlete.