Rutgers University freshman, a Brigantine native and Holy Spirit alum, won his second career Big 10 Freshman of the Week honor for going 8-for-17 (.471) in the week, reaching base in every game he played in during the week and this season.

Cohen is hitting a Big 10 leading .500 this season in 11 games this season with 15 RBI, three doubles a triple, 15 runs scored, and three stolen bases for the Scarlet Knights.

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This is the second time the Brigantine native has won the award this season, taking the award in his first week of the season.

Cohen is one of many Cape-Atlantic League alums who are having solid seasons at the collegiate level with Ocean City's Tommy Finnegan recently winning his first game at St. John's.

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