At Princeton — 2014-15: went 15-1 during senior season at the No. 2 position and earned All-Ivy League honors … completed perfect Ivy League season … lost one individual game during the 2014 portion of the regular season (11 matches) … defeated eventual CSA individual finalist Osama Khalifa 3-0 during the regular season … lone loss came at Rochester … seeded sixth at the CSA individual championships, but suffered first-round upset … earned wins over CSA team finalists Trinity and St. Lawrence. 2013-14: earned second-team All-America and All-Ivy League honors despite injury-plagued season … went 11-4 on the season, though one loss was an injury retirement … went 5-1 in the Ivy League … overcame injury for 3-0 win against Trinity; won seven straight matches until injury during the team championships … won one match during the championship draw at the CSA team championships. 2012-13: earned first-team All-America and All-Ivy League honors … went 17-1 while playing primarily at No. 3 … went undefeated during team season and dropped only two of 47 individual games … had key 3-1 win over Harvard during Princeton's 5-4 upset of Crimson … recorded second-straight 3-0 win over Trinity … reached CSA individual quarterfinals, where he fell 3-1 to eventual champion Amr Khalifa of St. Lawrence … ended year ranked eighth nationally. 2011-12: earned All-Ivy League and second-team All-America honors … went 14-2 during his freshman season and had one of the biggest victories in Princeton history; his 3-0 win over Trinity's Miled Zarazua helped Princeton end Trinity's 13-year national championship win streak … didn't lose an Ivy regular season match in helping the Tigers to the Ivy League team title … helped Princeton to a 5-4 victory at Harvard with a 3-0 win over former Crimson No. 1 Gary Power … also had a 3-2 regular season win over Penn … reached the Round of 16 in the individual championships before falling to teammate Todd Harrity.
Before Princeton — top-ranked U-19 player in Canada ... won both the 2010 Candian Junior Open and the Scottish Junior Open ... has won several national championships in Canada ... earned Top-20 finish at the 2011 British Junior Open ... led Canada to third place at 2010 World Junior Team Championships ... has played for the Canadian Junior team since 2008 ... won 2010 Ontario High School championship ... won the 2011 Canada Winter Games ... placed second at the U-17 U.S. Junior Open (2009) and 11th at the British Junior Open ... earned varsity letters for Bayridge volleyball, basketball, soccer, badminton and tennis teams ... won two KASSAA badminton championships as well as a tennis title ... helped tennis and soccer teams to titles ... Bayridge Secondary School Male Academic and Athlete of the Year Award (2009) ... Bayridge Secondary School Graduating Athlete of the Year Award (2010) ... Bayridge Secondary School Wall of Fame Inductee (2010) ... James Mason Award Recipient (2010), given as Fair Play of the Year Award in Ontario ... won Award of Excellence (2010), a top squash honor in Canada ... recipient of the Canadian Junior Squash Player Fair Play of the Year Award (2011).
Personal — born April 1, 1993 ... son of Gary Osborne and Kathy Moore ... both parents are family physicians ... has three younger siblings: Cole, Jarryd and Kenzie ... enjoys biking, sports, reading and playing cards ... interested in studying neuroscience.