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Cohn in 2006:
Took one shot and produced an assist in the seven games in which he saw action ... fed teammate Gregory Clement early in the fourth quarter of the Holy Cross game, resulting in Clement's first-collegiate goal ... also took a shot against the Crusaders and picked up a ground ball.

Saw action in two games, including the Lafayette contest in which he produced his second-career goal ... took two shots in that contest, both on goal ... also played in the Mids' season opener against Providence in Connecticut.

Played in five contests during the year, all in conference action ... scored a goal and added two assists in his rookie campaign ... played in his first-collegiate contest March 13 at home against Bucknell ... scored the first goal of his young career in Navy's 23-5 rout over Holy Cross in the league finale ... added an assist in that contest, as well ... produced his first-career assist in a neutral site matchup against Colgate March 20 in Orlando ... earned an N-Star by playing against Army in the Mids' 18-10 win.

More on Cohn:
Three-sport standout at The Gilman School (`03), where he earned three letters in lacrosse and football and was a two-year letterwinner in basketball ... member of football team which won back-to-back MIAA "A" Conference championships ... the 2002 team won it with a 10-0 record, while the 2003 squad posted a 6-4 mark ... member of the 2002 Maryland Freestate Lacrosse team ... served as a member of the student council, as well as the judiciary committee (2002-03) ... full name is David William Cohn ... born Aug. 27, 1984, in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Edward and Mary Cohn ... majoring in Economics ... has service selected surface warfare.

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