Read Josh's Triton Q&A here. (Aug. 23, 2013)
2013 NSCAA All-America First Team and Daktronics All-America honorable mention ... 2012 Daktronics All-America Second Team and NCAA Division II leader in goals-against average and save percentage ... Completed four-year Triton career with 22 individual shutouts, third-most in program history and most in the Division II era.
AS A SENIOR IN 2013
NSCAA All-America First Team ... Daktronics All-America honorable mention ... NSCAA All-West Region First Team ... Daktronics All-West Region First Team ... CCAA Most Valuable Defensive Player ... All-CCAA First Team ... CCAA All-Academic ... One of 12 UCSD Athletes of the Year ... Jewish Sports Review (JSR) All-America First Team for Division II, III and NAIA ... Two-time UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (9/30 and 11/18) ... One of four Tritons to start all 22 matches, at goalkeeper, and only one to play every minute the entire season ... UCSD finished fourth nationally in the NCAA Division II and led the CCAA with a team goals-against average of 0.52 ... Fifth in Division II and first in the CCAA with a 0.517 individual GAA ... No. 18 nationally and second in the league in save percentage (.836) ... Second in league with 10 individual shutouts, including seven in a row (9/20-10/11) ... Seven straight clean sheets were part of a career-best shutout streak of 766:07, second-longest in program history and best in the Division II era ... Led CCAA in games played, started and minutes ... Handled his 100th career save early in the season opener at California Baptist (9/5) ... Made a season-high five saves on three occasions ... Stopped two out of four opponent penalty kicks in regulation, vs. Humboldt State (9/27) to preserve a 2-0 shutout in the 77th minute, and in the seventh minute at Cal Poly Pomona (11/1) in what turned out to be a 1-0 triumph ... In penalty-kick tiebreakers during NCAA Championship, saved three attempts in second round vs. Chico State (11/16), including a game-saver and the clincher, and two more in third round vs. No. 12 Simon Fraser (11/22) ... Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2012
Daktronics All-America Second Team ... Daktronics All-West Region First Team ... CCAA Most Valuable Defensive Player ... All-CCAA Second Team ... CCAA Player of the Week (10/22) ... Jewish Sports Review (JSR) All-America First Team for Division II, III and NAIA ... Led the entire NCAA Division II in individual goals-against average (0.397) and save percentage (.898) ... Along with freshman teammate Cameron McElfresh, played an intregral role as UCSD posted the top team GAA nationally in Division II with a new single-season conference-record mark of 0.44 ... Appeared in 13 matches, starting 12 ... Allowed just five goals ... Kept seven individual shutouts and made 44 saves ... Played a season-high 110 minutes on three occasions, including consecutive scoreless draws late in the season vs. Chico State (10/21) and at Cal State East Bay (10/26) ... Remaining clean sheets came vs. Academy of Art (9/1), San Francisco State (9/7) and Cal Poly Pomona (9/9) in three successive early-season home wins, at Cal Poly Pomona (9/21) and vs. Cal State Stanislaus (10/19) ... Boasted separate individual shutout streaks of a career-best 448:05 and 388:35, the latter to round out the year ... Also started combined shutouts with McElfresh at San Francisco State (9/23) and at Cal State Monterey Bay (10/28) ... Season-high eight saves at Cal State San Bernardino (9/16) ... Made at least five saves three other times ... Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011
Started in eight of his 10 games played ... Finished the season with 30 saves and a 0.87 goals-against average ... Earned two shutouts, at San Francisco State (9/16) with four saves, and in the finale vs. Cal Poly Pomona (10/30) with a season-high five stops ... Played a season-high 105:36 with four saves in double-overtime victory vs. Sonoma State (10/23) ... Entered two contests at halftme and did not let up a goal over the final 45 minutes, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/16) and vs. San Francisco State (10/28).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010
Took over the starting goalkeeper role late (10/17), starting the final five contests of the season ... His 4.29 saves-per-game average was fifth-best in the CCAA ... Posted three shutouts while finishing with a 0.76 goals-against average, 25 saves and a .862 save percentage on the year ... Made his collegiate debut vs. No. 14 Chico State (10/15), entering a 1-1 contest in the 74th minute of what ultimately became a 3-2 overtime victory ... Stopped a season-high six shots in a 2-1 loss at Cal Poly Pomona (10/22) ... Made at least four saves in all five starts.
Played for Santa Clara Sporting Soccer Club from 2004-10, winning the 2009 Surf College Cup in San Diego and earning Tournament MVP honors.
A 2010 graduate of Bellarmine College Prep in San Jose ... Helped the Bells to a 13-8-3 overall record as a senior, earning All-West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) honorable mention while the squad went 8-4-2 in the WCAL ... Team allowed just 22 scores that year, less than one per game ... Guided Bellarmine to an undefeated WCAL mark of 11-0-3 in 2009 as a junior.
Born Aug. 18, 1992 in Mountain View ... Parents are Gary Cohen and Deborah Schultz ... Father graduated from MIT (undergraduate) and Stanford (master's), while mother is an alumna of UC Davis ... Both parents are retired engineers ... Has a younger sister named Veronika ... Completed undergraduate degree in June of 2015 as a bioengineering major with a minor in computer science at Sixth College ... Aspires to become an entrepreneur and/or a design engineer in the field of medical devices ... Lists winning the 2009 Surf College Cup and being named the tournament's MVP as a top soccer memory, and the double-overtime home win over Sonoma State in 2011 as a favorite UCSD moment ... Enjoys skiing, rock climbing and traveling ... Favorite pro teams are the San Jose Sharks, San Francisco 49ers and West Ham United ... Favorite athlete is former Danish goalkeeping great Peter Schmeichel ... Listens to Hoodie Allen ... Loves sushi ... Lists Neil deGrasse Tyson and Peter Schmeichel as influences ... Lived alone in Brazil for three months at the age of 15 and played in the youth academy for Brazilian professional club Gremio ... Also competed for the UCSD ski and snowboard club team as a freestyle skier and helped them to a league title.