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  Josh Cohen
School: Univ. of Miami (Florida)
Year: Senior
Home Town: Weston, Florida
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High School: Laurel Springs
Height: 5-11
Birth Date: Monday, September 17, 1984
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Sport Administration
Singles Record: 90-40
Doubles Record: 78-34

2004-05 (Sophomore): Became the first player in UM history to earned All-ACC honors...complied a 13-5 record at the No. 1 spot...finished the season ranked No. 45 in final ITA National Rankings...posted an overall record of 23-12 leading the team in wins...led the team with an 8-4 ACC record...concluded his season with a first round loss in the NCAA championships...led his team to first round ACC tournament victory over No. 52 Virginia Tech defeating No. 67 Stephane Rod 6-1, 6-2...ended dual meet season by upsetting No. 15 Doug Stewart of top-seeded Virginia 6-4, 6-3...had two separate dual win streaks of six matches the midst of the second streak upset No. 3 Ludovic Walter, 7-6 (3), 6-4 of No. 5 Duke...defeated No. 63 Raian Luchici of No. 53 North Carolina, 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (5)...teamed with Eric Hechtman for an 11-4 record, including a 7-4 record at the No.1 doubles the fall, posted an 8-4 record...reached the quarterfinals of the Crimson Tide Invitational defeating Andrew Hamar of Wake Forest 7-6 (5), 6-0 in the process...reached the semi-finals of the ITA Southeast Regional Championships defeating Janne Holmia of Florida 7-5, 6-0...with Hechtman won all three matches at the Gator Invitational.


2003-04 (Freshman): Stepped into the Hurricanes lineup as the No. 1 singles player during his freshman season, posting an overall record of 13-4 in dual matches in the No. 1 slot...concluded the season ranked No. 28 in the ITA Southeast Regional Rankings...his 13 wins were third on the team...all four losses came to players who where either ranked at the time or finished the season ranked nationally...named to the BIG EAST Championship All-Tournament Team...opened his freshman season by winning all eleven of his first singles matches in dual play...downed Gwinyai Chingoka, 6-0, 6-0 against No. 38 SMU and No. 69 Uli Kiendl (6-2, 3-6, 6-2) of No. 34 South Florida...downed No. 19 Hamid Mirzadeh of fourth-ranked Florida, 7-5 in the first set before the match was called due to rain...downed Matthew Scott of No. 43 Notre Dame, 6-2, 6-3 ...overtook No. 91 Antonio Sierra of Central Florida in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3...posted an overall record of 12-6 in doubles play during the spring...concluded the fall season with an overall record of 8-5 in singles play...posted a victory in his first collegiate match, overtaking NC State's Val Banada 6-1, 6-1 at the Miami Fall Classic...downed No. 66 Karim Benmansour of South Florida 6-4, 6-4 at the Gator Invitational...put together five consecutive victories before falling to No. 71 Adrians Zguns of Arkansas 7-5, 2-6, 7-6 in the opening round of the qualifying bracket of the Icy Hot/ITA All-American Championships...teamed with Eric Hechtman for a 7-3 overall record in doubles play in the fall...paired with Hechtman for wins in five consecutive victories during the span of three tournaments before falling to No. 5 Bo Hodge and John Isner of Georgia 9-7 at the ITA Southeast Championships...Won three straight matches with Hechtman at the Icy Hot/ITA All-American Championships.


Prep: One of the top junior players nationally...played in nine straight Junior Grand 2003, ranked sixth nationally in boys' 18...winner of the USTA National Men's Open Championship...boys' 18 singles finalist in The Easter Bowl in Palm Springs, Calif....In 2002, ranked first nationally in boys' 18 category...ranked 19th in the world in singles and 43rd in the world in winner at USTA International Hard winner at USTA International Grass Courts in 2001, singles quarterfinalist at Australian Hardcourts...In 2000 and 2001, ranked first nationally in boy's 16 2000, was singles champion at Port Washington International...reached singles round of 16 at U.S. Open Championships...was a singles finalist at USTA Super National Hard Courts tournament.


Personal: Majoring in Sport Administration.