Timmy Brownell ’16 Wins Harvard Prize as Top Scholar-Athlete

Timmy Brownell ‘16, former Belmont Hill squash team captain who had a storied record at the School, recently was honored with Harvard’s John P. Reardon '60 Men's Award as the top male scholar-athlete.
This prize is presented annually to the senior varsity male athlete who exemplifies the qualities of excellent scholarship, character, leadership, and athletic ability.
Timmy was co-captain of Harvard men's squash. He is an Economics concentrator and College Squash Association Scholar-Athlete who plans to pursue a professional squash career and attend business school. Timmy helped guide his team to two national championships while earning two All-America honors and three All-Ivy League selections.
Please follow this link to hear Timmy’s acceptance speech and listen for his special tribute to Belmont Hill!
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