Ahmed Abdel Khalek
Ahmed Abdel Khalek
Year: 2016
Hometown: Cairo, Egypt
High School: Westminster School

Career Record (2012-16): 89-2.

Finished his career on a 66-match winning streak. Two-time national champion. Four-time NESCAC Player of the Year.

Video: The Two Ahmeds

Video: Journey to a Championship

"Shot by shot, an inside look at Bates squash champ Ahmed Abdel Khalek’s road to victory"

Video: Championship Point

Video: 50th Consecutive Win

2015-16: College Squash Association National Champion for the second straight year.... Defeated Rochester's Ryosei Kobayashi 3-1 (11-5, 6-11, 15-13, 13-11) to secure the title.... Undefeated for the third straight year.... 2016 Bates Male Athlete of the Year.... College Squash Association First Team All-American... NESCAC Player of the Year.... First Team All-NESCAC.

2014-15: Abdel Khalek won the College Squash Association men's individual championship on March 1 in Princeton, N.J., coming back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Columbia University's Osama Khalifa 3-2 (12-14, 9-11, 11-9, 11-2, 11-8).... He finished the 2014-15 season with a 25-0 individual record, and extended his personal winning streak to 42 matches, dating to his freshman year.... Abdel Khalek claimed Bates' first national squash title with the victory.... Appeared in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" feature, in the magazine's April 6 issue.

2013-14: Gained NESCAC Player of the Year and First Team All-NESCAC laurels.... Went 17-0 on the season.... Played solely at the No. 1 position.... Earned Bates Male Athlete of the Year honors.

2012-13: Earned CSA All-America honors.... Took home both NESCAC Player of the Year and NESCAC Rookie of the Year accolades.... Garnered First Team All-NESCAC laurels.... Finished the year ranked fourth in the CSA.... Went 23-2 on the season.... Played the entire year at the No. 1 spot.