Moudy Abdel-Maksoud
Moudy  Abdel-Maksoud


Cairo, Egypt

High School:
St. George's School

Civil Engineering


No. 11 Men’s Squash Pushes No. 8 Princeton

Colonials take a trio of key matches from Tigers


Men’s Squash Season Outlook

Colonials aim to break into the top-eight


No. 11 Men’s Squash Rallies to Defeat Cornell in Season Finale

Colonials Tie Highest Ranking in Program History


No. 13 Men’s Squash Falls in Hoehn Cup Semifinals

Colonials earn two wins at top of the ladder


No. 13 Men's Squash Upsets No. 12 Western Ontario To Open CSA

Colonials Advance to Hoehn Cup Semifinals

2016-2017: Finished his sophomore season with eight victories after missing seven matches due to injury … his 24 career wins ranks 12th all time at GW … posted seven wins at No. 3 and one win at No. 4 … earned a sweep, 11-0, 11-1, 11-6, against John Shuck of then-#19 Williams in his first appearance of the season … Helped give the Colonials to a 5-4 edge over then-#10 Cornell with a 13-11, 5-11, 11-5, 4-11, 11-5 win over Andrew Muran … won four of his last five matches of the season.

2015-2016: Tied for first on team with 16 victories at No. 1 in debut season... Went 3-0 with a trio of wins over opponents from Ivy League institutions...Defeated Zachary Lemen of No. 4 Yale, 6-11, 12-10, 11-8, 11-9...Picked up wins over No. 16 Brown (6-11, 11-7, 11-4, 11-6 over Thomas Blecher) and No. 12 Cornell (11-5, 11-4, 11-9 over Harry Freeman) to help GW's first-ever triumphs over Brown and Cornell...Provided the match-clinching victory to defeat No.14 Navy at CSA Championships when he earned an 11-5, 11-5, 11-8 win over Jack Herold...Won the Molloy Cup (B-Division) at CSA Individual Nationals.

High School/Club: Two-time ISL Most Valuable Player ... led St. George's to consecutive undefeated seasons as a sophomore and junior ... undefeated as an individual as a junior and named Most Valuable Player by the Boston Globe ... also won New England Division B as an individual in junior season ... finished third in New England Division A as a sophomore ... competed with Heliopolis Club in native Egypt and won seven consecutive national championships ... member of member of Egyptian Junior National Team that won seven consecutive world championships from 2006-13.

Personal: Born Mahmoud Abdel-Maksoud on 8/26/95 in Cairo, Egypt ... son of AlaaHassanein and Maged Abdel-Maksoud ... has two brothers, Mohamded and Moustafa ... brother Mohamed was team captain for Columbia men's squash ... intended major is civil and environmental engineering.

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