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  Adrian Bohane
School: Ohio State University
Year: Sophomore
Home Town: West Plam Beach, FL
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High School: Palm Beach Lakes
Height: 6-4
Weight: 170 lbs.
Birth Date: Tuesday, September 15, 1981
Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 47-24
Doubles Record: 15-11

“Bohane was able to step in for us and get the job done as a freshman. His game will only get better and he will be a Top 100 player .” – Ty Tucker

Ohio State Career 2000-01 (Freshman) Bohane joined the team in January 2001, immediately stepping into the No. 3 spot ... enthusiastic nature provided a spark for his teammates in one of OSU’s best campaigns to date ... compiled a 24-10 record and landed big wins to help the Buckeyes to victory, including a 6-1, 6-1 upset of No. 59 Phil Stolt of Illinois in the Big Ten tournament final ... defeated VCU’s Fernando Sanchez in his first NCAA appearance, 6-3, 2-6, 7-6, to help the Buckeyes to a 4-3 win ... posted an 8-3 campaign in the Big Ten with two of those losses coming in three sets.

Palm Beach Lakes High School Bohane did not play tennis for Palm Beach Lakes High School … was a fixture in the junior circuit in Florida and was consistently ranked in the Top 5 from 1995-00 … also was ranked as high as the Top 20 in the nation … in 1998, defeated Andy Roddick, the then-No.1 player in the world junior rankings, in the finals of the Panama Bowl Championship … in August 2000, finished in the Top 16 at the Super National Outdoor Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich., and reached the semifinals of the National Indoor Championships.

Personal Born Sept. 15, 1981, he is the son of Michael and Josephine Bohane and has one brother, Alan … undeclared on a major, he enjoys hanging out with teammates, playing tennis with Glenn Muller (his former junior coach), surfing and playing putt-putt (won a tournament at his high school in 1999) … brother Alan is a member of the Columbia University tennis team.