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Cohen and Welnetz earn singles victories in the loss
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2010-11 Season (Junior): Appeared in two spring 2010-11 singles matches, posting a 1-1 record...Battled through injuries to a 3-5 record in spring 2010-11 doubles play...Won his first four fall singles matches at the Princeton Invitational, highlighted by a triumph over Yale's Joel Samaha (6-3, 6-3)...Earned a 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 spring singles victory against Lehigh's Mark Goldberg Jan. 23...Paired with Guanhua Chen to post three fall doubles victories at the Princeton Invitational, including an 8-6 decision against the University of Pennsylvania's Zach Gorn and Dmitry Bury...Teamed with Russell Bader to upend Tim Walsh and Charlie Caris of Georgetown in the ITA Regionals opening round, 8-4...Paired with Brian Welnetz Feb. 20 to take down No. 30 Virginia Tech's Trprimir Kujundzic and Lucas Oliveira, 8-2.
2009-10 Season (Sophomore): Finished the spring with a 7-4 record in singles action...Went 11-10 in spring doubles competition...Opened the fall season winning three of his first four doubles matches...Defeated Columbia's Ekin Sezgen (7-5, 6-2) at the Princeton/Farnsworth Fall Invitational...Downed Morgan State's Kevon Charles (6-1, 6-1) and Virginia's Santiago Villegas (3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (3)) at the ITA Atlantic Regionals...Earned a victory over Minnesota's Eddie Svenda (4-6, 7-6 (5), 7-6 (5)) at the Big Ten Indoor Tournament in November...Opened the 2010 season by winning seven of his first eight matches...Downed J.T. Bolcar (6-4, 6-3) of Princeton in his first spring match...Defeated Andrew Mellow (6-4, 7-6 (11)) of Furman on Jan. 31 at ITA Kick-Off Weekend in Gainesville, Fla...Picked up a point for the Lions on Feb. 13 as he beat Buffalo's Kristof Custers (6-1, 6-0)...Followed up that win with another victory on Feb. 14 over St. Bonaventure's Luis Guevara (6-4, 6-4)...Defeated Indiana's Maxime Armengaud (6-4, 6-1) on April 18...Went 8-2 in fall doubles competition teaming up with Guillaume St-Maurice and Guanhua Chen...Won his first three doubles matches of the fall with St-Maurice at the Princeton/Farnsworth Fall Invitational to advance to the Flight B finals...Picked up a victory with Chen at the ITA Athlantic Regionals last October by defeating Saint Joseph's Matt Prusack and Mike Stauble (8-4)...Tallied four wins at the Big Ten Indoor Tournament last November with St-Maurice including winning the Flight B doubles crown where they defeated Northwestern's Spencer Wolf and Sidarth Balaj (8-6)...Cohen and St-Maurice opened the 2010 spring season with two victories over Princeton's Coleman Crutchfield and Alex Faust (8-6) and Lehigh's Matt Savaran and Edgars Rauza (8-4)...The pairing went on to carry a five-match winning streak that carried from Feb. 14 to March 15...Earned a key doubles victory on Mar. 7 over Purdue's Eric Ramos and Paul Foley (9-7)...Picked up an 8-4 victory over Middle Tennessee State's Matthew Langley and Alex McCann on March 20 at the Blue-Gray Classic...Teamed up with Ryan Gormley on April 9 to defeat Michigan's Chris Madden and Chris Cha (8-4)...Earned a second consecutive win with Gormley two days later, downing Michigan State's Clark Richardson and Dennis Bogatov (8-3).
2008-09 Season (Clemson): Went 5-4 overall in singles action during his freshman year at Clemson...All five of his wins came in the fall...Posted a 2-3 overall doubles record.
Junior Career:Won a combined five state championships in Pennsylvania, two as a team (2007-08), two in singles (2007-08) and one in doubles (2006)...Was four-time team MVP at Lower Moreland High School...Played No. 1 singles all four years of high school...Went undefeated his senior year and suffered just seven career losses...Played at Clemson University previously, going 5-4.
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