Career All-Time Rankings -[at time of graduation:]
Wins: 1st (47)
Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team (2019)
2018-19: Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area … Compiled a 13-4 record between the fourth and fifth flights … Went 1-0 at the fourth flight and 12-4 at the fifth flight … Began the season on a seven-match winning streak spanning the Swarthmore (Nov. 2) through No. 45 Chatham (Dec. 8) matches … Notched a win over his opponent from No. 31 Bucknell in the CSA Team Championships (Feb. 16), to take over the Haverford career all-time individual wins record … Finished his career with a school record 47 total wins.
2017-18: Played in all 17 matches, splitting time between the seventh and eighth positions on the ladder … Won back-to-back matches over foes from Boston University and No. 33 Fordham (Nov. 11) at the seventh flight to begin the season … Notched a three-match win streak, taking wins over opponents from No. 35 NYU (Feb. 3) and No. 34 Bucknell (Feb. 10) before winning the opening match at the CSA Team Championships, with a triumph over his opponent from No. 27 Hamilton (Feb. 23).
2016-17: Competed at the third through sixth spots on the ladder … Compiled a record of 15-7, tying for the Haverford single-season wins record … Recorded at least one win at each position he appeared at during the season … Played primarily at the number four position, going 8-4 … Transitioned to the sixth spot on the ladder towards the end of the season, finishing the campaign with three wins at the CSA Team Championships.
2015-16: Tallied 10 wins on the season ... Recorded a four-match winning streak (Feb. 11-19).
Prep: Played for the Princeton Junior Squash Club Team ... Commended Scholar (PSAT), AP Scholar with Distinction ... Member of StreetSquash ... Honorary member of the NJ Watershed Association.
Personal: Son of Vibha and Rajiv Singh ... Sister, Ambika was part of the 2009 USA Women's Foil World Championship Fencing Team ... Sister was a three-time All-American at Princeton and a team captain ... Ambika was also a National Cadet Champion, reaching highest U.S. ranking of No. 2 and World Rank of No. 23.