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Justin Kang
Justin  Kang


Medford, NJ

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165


Kang Honored by Intercollegiate Tennis Association

Senior Named Recipient of ITA Atlantic South Arthur Ashe Leadership & Sportsmanship Award


Top-Ranked Middlebury Defeats Johns Hopkins in NCAA Sweet 16

Blue Jays Post Second Most Wins in School History


Johns Hopkins Bests MIT, 5-1, in NCAA Second Round

Gu Punches Blue Jays’ Ticket to Sweet 16


Five Blue Jays Earn All-Centennial Conference Honors

Kang and Lurie Grab First Team Honors


Lucky 13! Johns Hopkins Defeats Swarthmore for 13th Centennial Championship

Gu Clinches the Win for the Blue Jays

2017: Went 12-3 in singles and 18-5 in doubles • named First Team All-Centennial in doubles • ITA Scholar-Athlete • ranked second on the team in doubles wins • placed fifth at Loyola Invitational with Austin Gu • advanced to quarterfinals in championship singles and doubles draws at ITA Southeast Regional • won six straight singles matches from March 25 to April 19 • won eight straight doubles matches from April 15 to May 13 • won 13 of 15 doubles matches in the spring.

2016: Finished 15-7 in singles and 11-7 in doubles • won the Loyola Invitational after going 4-0 in singles and 3-1 in doubles • advanced to round of 32 in singles at ITA Southeast Regional • started the season on a five-match win streak in singles • seeded ninth in doubles draw and advanced to round of 16 at ITAs • went unbeaten in singles from April 16 to May 13.

2015: Finished with an 8-1 record in singles and 9-4 in doubles • advanced to semifinals of championship doubles draw and won Blue 2 singles draw at ITA Southeast Regional • won first six singles matches of career • lost just two sets total in singles • won five of six final doubles matches of the season.

Personal: Justin Kang • son of Jie Kang and Julie Ye • four-time conference champion • three-time South Jersey Group 4 sectional champions • four-time First Team All-South Jersey selection • advanced to round of 32 in New Jersey state championship as a freshman and sophomore • advanced to round of 16 in New Jersey state championship as a junior and quarterfinals as a senior • went 92-8 in four years at Shawnee • led team to New Jersey Group 4 semifinals all four years • National Open finalist • US Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete • secretary of National Honor Society • Math Achievement Award and South Jersey Coaches Scholar-Athlete Award winner • Dean’s List student majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in mathematics.

Career Record Singles (CC) Doubles (CC)
2014-15 8-1 (4-1) 9-4 (6-0)
2015-16 15-7 (5-0) 11-7 (1-1)
2016-17 12-3 (5-0) 18-5 (7-0)
Total 35-11 (14-1) 38-16 (14-1)