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Duke Men's Lacrosse BIO
4 Chad Cohan

Career Statistics

2014: Played in 18 games with two starting assignments … Tallied seven goals and 10 assists for 17 points … Earned his first career start in the season-opening victory over Jacksonville (2/8) … Tallied two goals and three assists for five points against the Dolphins … Threw in a pair of scores in the NCAA semifinal victory over Denver (5/24) … Registered three points from a goal and two helpers versus Harvard (3/29).

2013: Played in five games … ACC Academic Honor Roll. 

Prep: A three-year letterwinner at Saint Ignatius College Preparatory School ... rated as the No. 39 attackman by Inside Lacrosse ... tallied 82 goals and 53 assists for 135 points in his scholastic career ... had 58 goals and 89 points overall his senior season ... also picked up 42 ground balls in 2012 ... helped lead Saint Ignatius College Prep to a 21-1 record and a No. 3 West Coast ranking his final campaign ... garnered All-America honors in 2012 ... also named to the All-America Adrenaline team in 2012 ... helped guide team to the West Catholic Athletic League titles as a sophomore and senior ... voted to the all-West Coast Athletic League first team ... played for West Coast Starz select team ... a two-time member of the West Coast Starz All-Star Team in 2011 as well as the California Gold All-Star squad ... garnered all-star team recognition at both the Gait Cup Tournament and King of the Hill Tournament in 2011 ... also played for the Alcatraz Outlaws in 2011.
Personal: Son of Christopher and Angela Cohan ... Brother Dax, is a senior on the Duke lacrosse team ... Has one sister, Christina ... Born April 26, 1994.
Position: Attack
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 170
Year: Junior
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
High School: Saint Ignatius College Prep
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