National young squash player Sivasangari Subramaniam once again grabbed the spotlight with a double smash.
This sensational figure made history last year when she became the first Cornell University women’s squash player to be named Ivy League Player of the Year.
Amazingly, Sivasangari has ONCE MORE earned the honour of being named the “Ivy League Player of the Year” for a Second Season In a Row.
Despite not playing in the fall semester, Sivasangari have recorded a perfect 9-0 record in the spring slate to extend her win streak to 27 games, which dates back to the 2019-20 season.
Along with being named Player of the Year, the 24-year-old Kedahan were unanimously First Team All-Ivy team selections. It was the second consecutive season that Sivasangari were unanimous selections to the All-Ivy First Team.
This Malaysian player’s record in squash sphere is just mind-blowing.
She went undefeated throughout the year (2021-2022), going 15-0 before winning all four matches to claim the Individual National Championship. Sivasangari has also been named to CSA All-America First Team for the second time in her career.
Prior to entering Cornell, she was ranked as high as 38th in the Professional Squash Association World Rankings and named 2018 PSA Young Player of the Year. In 2016, Sivasangari receives the distinguished Asian Squash Federation Performance Award.
Congratulations Sivasangari for becoming the first person to retain this title twice and best of luck with your future endeavours!
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