Nadeem Mazen enters his fourth season as head coach of the MIT squash team. Mazen's appointment marks his first intercollegiate coaching post.
During the 2012-13 season, he led the Engineers to wins against the University of Vermont, UC Berkeley, Bard College, Boston University and the University of Washington. He also coached Gray Riley to the sophomore’s ﬁ rst CSA Individual National Championship appearance.
A four-year player at MIT, Mazen served as the captain during his junior and senior campaigns and captured the No. 1 spot on the team ladder his senior season. As an undergraduate, he was a mentor and coach for Kosvar refugees. In addition, Mazen coached middle school students in MIT's Science Technology Engineering and Math Summer Program. From 2007-09, he was a one-on-one instructor for beginner and intermediate players in the greater Boston area.
A 2006 graduate, Mazen earned a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering.
|Title:||Associate Head Coach|
|Year:||2nd at MIT|
Sam Gould is beginning his first year as the Associate Head Coach of the MIT Squash Team after serving as a volunteer assistant coach for the past two seasons.
Gould attended Stanford University where he played No. 1 on the team ladder for all four years. During his junior and senior seasons, he served as the captain and led the team to top 25 finishes in the CSA end-of-season rankings both years. In addition to the time he spent on the court, he also volunteered as the Athletic Director for Xtreme Squash, an academic and athletic enrichment program for underserved middle school students from Redwood City, Calif.
Gould earned his bachelor’s degree from Stanford in 2011 and, since graduation, has been working as the Director of Youth Ministry for the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts.