This award recognizes the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performance on the field and in the classroom. Yan is now eligible for Academic All-America honors which will be announced in June.
Sloane’s contributions to the sport extend beyond his teams. He was instrumental in publishing the USPTA’s Tennis: A Professional Guide in 1983, and in 2005, the College Squash Association renamed its men’s team sportsmanship award after him.
Organized by Eighth Dimension, Haverford's Office of Community Service, and promoted by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), this festival is another example of the Haverford athletic department supporting the NCAA Division III Special Olympics initiative.
Sloane, who retired from Haverford following the 2017-18 academic year, coached the men’s tennis team at Haverford for 21 seasons. Sloane previously served as head coach of both the men's and women's squash programs at Haverford from the fall of 1997 until the end of the 2009 season.
Kevin Yan upended the reigning Centennial Conference Rookie of the Year as he joined two singles players and two other doubles pairings from Haverford which are also alive in the championship bracket of their respective B draws.
The Haverford College Athletic Department will induct its ninth class into the Thomas Glasser ’82 Hall of Achievement in the spring of 2020. The deadline for submission of nominees for the 2020 Hall of Achievement is August 1, 2019.