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Omar El Torkey

New Cairo, Egypt
Green Heights International School
High School
Omar El Torkey - Men's Squash - Virginia Cavaliers


  • Second Team All-American
  • All-MASC First Team
  • Went 15-5 with a 13-3 mark at 2
  • Defeated Yale’s Maxwell Orr at the second spot in straight games
  • Tallied a win against Mac Aube to help UVA to an 8-1 victory over No. 10 Dartmouth
  • Tallied two wins over Drexel’s Nicolas Serna at the second spot in straight games to help UVA to a pair of 8-1 victories
  • Defeated Aaron Liang in straight games to lift UVA to a 7-2 win over No. 8 Cornell
  • Fell to Yale’s Maxwell Orr in a five game match at CSA Team Championships
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • Collected a career record of 45-15 at UVA


  • Second Team All-American
  • First Team All-MASC
  • Opened the season with three-straight wins playing at No. 2.
  • Finished the season with an overall record of 14-6
  • Defeated Matias Knudsen at the No. 2 position at the Mid-Atlantic Squash Championships
  • Went undefeated at the Mid-Atlantic Squash Championship
  • Competed in for the Pool Trophy (A-Draw) at the CSA Individual Championships


  • Won his first career PSA Challenger title at the Smash Basem Makram in Cairo (7/17)
  • Did not compete in collegiate matches


  • Second Team All-American
  • Named the MASC Player of the Year
  • Played at the top of the ladder during the team’s run at the Mid-Atlantic Squash Championships
  • Went undefeated at the Mid-Atlantic Squash Championships
  • Competed in the Pool bracket at the CSA Individual Championships
  • Advanced to the consolation semifinals at the Pool tournament
  • Captured a 15-1 regular season record and 16-4 overall record 


  • Top Egyptian junior player for the 2018-19 season
  • Captured a bronze medal in the individual championships at both the 2018 and 2019 World Junior Championships
  • Aided Egypt in winning a gold medal in the team championships at the 2018 World Junior Championships
  • Won the 2016 BU15 British Junior Open and placed second at both the 2017 and 2018 BU17 British Junior Open
  • Finished as the runner-up at the 2016 Germany Junior Open
  • Won 11 national tournament titles since 2015, capturing seven of those victories in the past three seasons


  • Foreign Affairs/Politics major