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Justin Kang
Justin  Kang


Medford, NJ

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165


Johns Hopkins Competes at Navy Invitational

Blue Jays Open Fall Schedule


Fifth-ranked Wesleyan Defeats Johns Hopkins in NCAA Sweet 16

Blue Jays End Season with 17 Wins


Dubin Named Centennial Conference Player of the Year

Willenborg Named Centennial Coach of the Year


Johns Hopkins Wins 11th Straight Centennial Championship

Hopkins Beats Swarthmore, 5-0, in Title Match


Johns Hopkins Beats Franklin & Marshall in Centennial Semifinals

Kang Clinches Berth in Centennial Title Match

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)