PRINCETON, N.J. – Dartmouth men's squash junior Alvin Heumann garnered All-America honors from the Men's College Squash Association (CSA) as announced by the Ivy League office on Friday.
Heumann, a second-team selection, joins six other Ancient Eight competitors who also claimed All-American honors. The Southport, Connecticut native becomes the 11th member of the Big Green in program history to claim the distinction. He also becomes the first All-American honoree since Chris Hanson and Nick Sisodia received the accolade in 2012.
Heumann competed in the No. 1 position for Dartmouth for the entire 2016-17 campaign, where he won an impressive nine matches. He recorded a pair of four-game wins for the Big Green enroute to their first Hoehn Cup victory since 2001.
Heumann also helped lead Dartmouth to a victory over Princeton on January 14, when the Big Green defeated the Tigers for the seconds time since the Ivy League was formed in the 1950's. The CSA is not the only organization honoring Heumann, as he was named to the All-Ivy First Team on March 22.