Kang and Osborne, who have already teamed up to help Princeton win a pair of Ivy League titles, as well as the memorable 2012 national team championship, played at the top two spots for the men’s squash team this year.
Kang went 4-3 during the Ivy League season while playing at the No. 1 spot, with all three losses coming to opponents who have reached at least one CSA national individual final. He made his deepest run in the CSA championships this year, advancing to the quarterfinal round before falling to eventual champion and Ivy League Player of the Year Ali Farag.
Kang was also featured during the All-Access coverage of the Princeton squash programs.
Osborne went 5-1 during the Ivy League season while dealing with an injury-plagued season. He advanced to the second round of the CSA championships, where he fell to sixth-seeded Neil Cordell of Rochester.
2013-14 Men's Squash All-Ivy
Blake Reinson, Brown (Sr. - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
Ramit Tandon, Columbia * (Jr. - Kolkata, India)
Nick Sachvie, Cornell * (Sr. - St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada)
Adita Jagtap, Cornell * (Jr. - Mumbai, India)
Ali Farag, Harvard * (Sr. - Cairo, Egypt)
Brandon McLaughlin, Harvard * (Sr. - Villanova, Pa.)
Dylan Murray, Harvard * (Fr. - Bronxville, N.Y.)
Samuel Kang, Princeton * (Jr. - Singapore)
Tyler Osborne, Princeton * (Jr. - Kingston, Ontario, Canada)
Neil Martin, Yale (Sr. - Belfast, Ireland)
Player of the Year
Alii Farag, Harvard * (Sr. - Cairo, Egypt)
Rookie of the Year
Dylan Murray, Harvard (Fr. - Bronxville, N.Y.)
*denotes unanimous selection