HANOVER, N.H. – The Ivy League announced the All-Ivy teams for men’s and women’s squash on Friday afternoon with Dartmouth’s Chris Hanson earning first team honors for the fourth straight season.

Hanson, the lone member of either Big Green squad to receive recognition, was a unanimous selection for the second straight season competing at the No. 1 spot for the fourth consecutive campaign.

In 18 matches at first singles, the Greenwich, Conn., native went 13-5 overall and 4-3 in conference action. Throughout the 2012-13 slate Hanson had two separate four-match winning steaks.

The senior captain ended his stellar career with Dartmouth winning six of his final seven matches.

Earlier in the month, Hanson became just the second player in Big Green history to earn the prestigious Skillman Award. The honor is given annually to a senior men's squash player who has demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship during his entire college career.

2013 All-Ivy Men's Squash


Todd Harrity, Princeton (Sr., Philadelphia)

Ali Farag, Harvard (Jr., Cairo, Egypt)

Vivek Dinodia, Princeton (Fr., Kolkata, India)


*Ramit Tandon, Columbia (So., Kolkata, India)

*Nick Sachvie, Cornell (Sr., St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada)

Aditya Jagtap, Cornell (So., Mumbai, India)

*Chris Hanson, Dartmouth (Sr., Greenwich, Conn.)

*Ali Farag, Harvard (Jr., Cairo, Egypt)

*Brandon McLaughlin, Harvard (Jr., Villanova, Pa.)

*Todd Harrity, Princeton (Sr., Philadelphia)

*Samuel Kang, Princeton (So., Singapore)

Tyler Osborne, Princeton (So., Kingston, Ontario, Canada)

Kenneth Chan, Yale (Sr., Singapore)

Hywel Robinson, Yale (Sr., Bridgend, U.K.)

* Unanimous Selection

^ Due to ties in voting, the All-Ivy team was expanded to 11