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Princeton M. Squash BIO
 Ben Leizman

At Princeton — 2013-14: went 7-6 as the top freshman on the varsity ladder … played mostly at No. 8 and No. 9 … went 3-3 in the Ivy League … went 2-1 at the CSA team championships, including key 3-1 win at No. 8 during the Hoehn Cup final against Columbia … won two matches in the B flight at the CSA Championships … won collegiate debut against Dartmouth.

Before Princeton — has been ranked among national Top 5 at age level … runner-up at 2010 U.S. Junior Nationals (U-15) … finished 13-16 at 2012 U-17 Junior Nationals … played one year of high school squash; mainly played at the Cleveland Racquet Club … ranked among Top 20 at U-19 level … four-year U.S. Squash Scholar-Athlete … president of the University School LoPresti Philanthropic Board … National Merit Finalist … Cum Laude Society.

Personal — born Aug. 3, 1995 … son of Daniel and Julie Leizman … father is a physician; mother is the managing director of the Power Squash Academy … father played squash at Penn … has an older sister Rachel ’16 and a younger sister Lauren … Rachel is a member of the Princeton women’s squash team and helped the Tigers win the 2013 Ivy League title … enjoys hiking, reading and doing crossword puzzles … plans to study engineering.

Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Pepper Pike, Ohio
High School: University School