19 Facts About Audra Cohen


Audra Marie Cohen was born on April 21,1986 and is an American former professional tennis player and current college tennis coach.

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Audra Cohen is currently the head women's tennis coach at the University of Oklahoma.

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When Cohen was a child, she first excelled at swimming, but she picked up a tennis racquet at the age of nine, and became a self-described “club rat, ” who would hit as much as possible.

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Audra Cohen attended St Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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Audra Cohen won the Florida state championship in singles and doubles as a junior and a senior, and was undefeated and an All American and was named the Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel Player of the Year during both her junior and senior seasons.

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Audra Cohen was a four-time All-State and All-County Award recipient.

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Audra Cohen attended Northwestern University in the Fall of 2004, and won her first 23 singles matches.

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Audra Cohen then won the ITA National Singles Title, the ITA National Indoor Doubles Championship, and the ITA Midwest Championships.

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Audra Cohen was named All-American in both singles and doubles, received the ITA Midwest Regional Rookie Player of the Year Award and the ITA National Rookie of the Year Award, was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year and Athlete of the Year, was named to the All-Big Ten team.

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Audra Cohen later transferred after her freshman year and attended the University of Miami, and played tennis for the Miami Hurricanes.

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Audra Cohen sat out the fall season while recovering from injury that required serious back surgery.

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Audra Cohen was named the ITA National Player of the Year, National Indoor Champion, ACC Player of the Year, and All-ACC team.

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Audra Cohen was voted All-American in singles and doubles, and named to the All-NCAA tournament team at the No 1 position.

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Audra Cohen won the ITA National Player of the Year and ACC Player of the Year awards.

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Audra Cohen won the 2007 Honda Sports Award as the nation's best female tennis player.

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Audra Cohen was voted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame in 2017.

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Audra Cohen defeated world No 92 Olga Savchuk, in August 2006 in New Haven, Connecticut.

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Audra Cohen defeated world No 93 Varvara Lepchenko in a three-set match, in October 2006 in Augusta, Georgia.

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Audra Cohen was a captain on the 2007 Pan-American Games Team USA, playing both singles and doubles in tennis.

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