2011-12: Second-team All-America ... Team Captain ... Selected as team's MVP ... Academic All-Ivy ... Went 10-9 overall, including a 2-5 record in Ivy League matches ... Played every match in the No. 1 spot on the ladder ... One of just three players to compete in every match ... Won three of his first four matches to start the season ... Named College Squash Association Player of the Week after four-game wins over Navy (12/7) and Williams (12/10) ... Picked up Penn's only win against Yale (2/5), beating returning first-team All-American Kenneth Chan ... Went 2-1 at the Hoehn Cup, winning in three games against Bates and St. Lawrence ... Went 2-2 in the Pool Division of the CSA Individual Championships, advancing to the first-round consolation semifinals ... Finished the season ranked 19th in the CSA Individual Rankings.
2010-11: Went 4-11 overall, including a 1-5 record in the Ivy League ... Played exclusively at number one ... Won three consecutive matches in three-game sweeps against Bates, Brown, and Navy .... Went 1-2 at Hoehn Cup with a win over Williams, avenging a previous loss in the season.2009-10: Started the season as Penn's No. 1, before an injury sidelined him for two months ... Went 2-3 overall, including wins over Harvard (2/6) and Dartmouth (2/7) in the No. 3 spot.
2008-09: Went 8-9 overall, 1-4 in the Ivy League playing at the No. 1 and No. 2 positions ... Won his opening match in a 3-2 thriller to advance to the Round of 16 in the Potter Division of the CSA Individual Championships ... Finished the season ranked No. 23 in the nation.
High School: Member of the 2007 national championship team ... British U-17 national champion ... First-team All-MAPL in 2006-08 ... Second-team All-MAPL in 2005 ... Earned four letters in squash ... Captain senior year ... Also lettered in golf.
Personal: Born in London, England ... Son of Christer Mattsson and Deborah Lippincott ... Brother, Nils, played squash at the Naval Academy ... Brother, Oscar, also played squash at Penn ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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