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Princeton M. Squash BIO
 Michael LeBlanc

At Princeton — 2013-14: tied for second on the team with 11 victories … played primarily at the No. 6 spot, though moved to No. 5 to help Princeton clinch the Hoehn Cup … was one of four Princeton players to go 3-0 during the CSA team championships … won twice during the B flight at the CSA individual championships … had wins over Top 8 programs in Franklin & Marshall and Rochester. 2012-13: played mostly at No. 9 spot and helped Princeton win the Ivy League championship … went 12-6 during his first season on varsity … had 3-0 road win at Yale … went 2-1 during both CSA team nationals and individual championships won collegiate debut against Franklin & Marshall.

Before Princeton — reached a No. 10 national ranking at the U-19 level … placed in Top 10 at the 2012 U.S. Nationals … finished second in the second flight of the New England tournament … led the Westminster School to a second-place finish in New England and an eighth-place finish at nationals; team also won the Founder’s League for the first time … coached in high school by Peter Doucette; personal coach was Supreet Singh … served as team captain senior season … lettered two years in lacrosse … lacrosse team won two league titles … AP Scholar with Distinction … graduated Summa Cum Laude … four year Scholar-Athlete honoree … Squibb Bowl winner and Squash Most Improved Player.

Personal — born Dec. 31, 1993 … son of Peter and Julie LeBlanc … father owns a commercial construction company; mother is a homemaker … has two younger sisters, Julie Dee and Abby … enjoys golf, skiing and sailing … may study molecular biology and economics at Princeton.

Year: Junior
Hometown: West Hartford, Conn.
High School: Westminster School
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