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Sisodia & Hanson Earn First Team All-Ivy

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HANOVER, N.H. — The Ivy League announced the All-Ivy teams for men's squash on Friday and Dartmouth's Chris Hanson (Greenwich, Conn.) and Nick Sisodia (Chicago, Ill.) each made the first team.

Hanson was a unanimous selection to the first team after competing the entire season at No. 1 singles for the Big Green. In 18 matches at first singles, Hanson went 14-4, including 5-2 in conference matches. He had a six-match winning streak in the heart of the Dartmouth season, which helped the Big Green finish seventh at the Potter Cup. It is the third straight year the junior has made First Team All-Ivy.

Sisodia played all of his matches at the second spot during the dual-match season. He finished 11-5 at at No. 2, with a 4-2 mark in Ivy matches. The senior had a five-match winning streak from Feb. 4 through Feb. 18 to help Dartmouth place seventh at the Potter Cup. He finished the year losing in the consolation finals of the Pool Division at the CSA Individual Championships. This is his second time earning All-Ivy honors after he also earned them his sophomore season.

Player of the Year
Ali Farag, Harvard (So., Cairo, Egypt)

Co-Rookies of the Year
Ramit Tandon, Columbia (Fr., Kolkata, India)
Ali Farag, Harvard (So., Cairo, Egypt)

First Team All-Ivy^
*Ramit Tandon, Columbia (Fr., Kolkata, India)
Alex Domenick, Cornell (Sr., Philadelphia)
*Nick Sachvie, Cornell (Jr., St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada)
Thomas Spettigue, Cornell (Sr., Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada)
Nick Sisodia, Dartmouth (Sr., Chicago)
*Christopher Hanson, Dartmouth (Jr., Greenwich, Conn.)
*Ali Farag, Harvard (So., Cairo, Egypt)
Thomas Mattsson, Penn (Sr., Philadelphia)
*Todd Harrity, Princeton (Jr., Philadelphia)
*Chris Callis, Princeton (Sr., Wyndmoor, Penn.)
Tyler Osborne, Princeton (Fr., Kingston, Ontario, Canada)
Kenneth Chan, Yale (Jr., Singapore)

* Unanimous Selection
^ Expanded to 12 players due to ties in voting