|High School:||Misr American College|
CSA Individual National and Pool Trophy Champion … Unanimous selection for the All-Ivy First Team … Went 14-1 in the 2019-20 season … Primarily served as the team’s No. 2, where he recorded a 10-0 record … Went 4-1 at the top spot on the ladder … Helped the team win back-to-back Potter Cup titles at the CSA National Championships … Went on a nine-match win streak midseason … Recorded sweeps in 13 of his 15 matches on the year, outscoring his opponents 42-4 … Defeated Penn’s Aly Abou El-Einen, 3-2, in the Pool Trophy Final … Swept Aly Abou El Einen of Penn, 3-0, in the Potter Cup final … Triumphed over Princeton’s Cole Becker 3-0 in the national championship semifinal … Dropped Drexel’s Dylan Kuchar, 3-0, in the CSA National Championship quarterfinals … Defeated Princeton’s Cole Becker, 3-0, and outscored him 33-10 in his largest win of the season.
CSA All-American first team ... Unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection ... Participated in the CSA Individual National Championships ... Compiled a 14-1 record playing primarily at No. 2 for Havard's National Championship-winning squad ... Participated in the CSA Individual National Championships ... Made his collegiate debut at the No. 1 position, sweeping Tufts' Raghav Kumar (Nov. 28) ... Rolled MIT's Joe O'Connor, 3-0, at No. 1 (Nov. 28) ... Made his No. 2 debut against Dartmouth and swept the Big Green's Matt Giegerich (Dec. 5) ... Impressively swept his next five consecutive matches, all playing at No. 2, against Cornell, Columbia, St. Lawrence, Rochester and Princeton (Jan. 12 - Feb. 2) ... Remained unbeaten by taking down Penn's Aly Abou El Einen, 3-1, at No. 2 (Feb. 3) ... Dominated Trinity's Tom De Mulder, 3-0, at No. 2 (Feb. 6) ... Swept Yale's Harrison Gill, again at No. 2 (Feb. 8) ... Recorded yet another sweep over Brown's Andrew Wei at the No. 2 position (Feb. 10) ... Recorded a sweep of Penn's Aly Abou El Einen at No. 2 in the CSA semifinals (Feb. 16) ... Won a nail-biting five-set marathon over Trinity's Thoboki Mohohlo to help the team clinch the Potter Cup (Feb. 17).
Two-Time Egyptian National Champion ... Two-time Egyptian World Team Championships ... Three-Time British Junior Open Squash Champion ... 2017 Individual World Junior Championship in New Zealand ... Finalist at the 2018 Individual World Junior Championship in India ... National Honor Society Scholar.