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Cody Cohen has nine years of experience working in college basketball. He is currently coaching as a Varsity Asssitant Coach for the Boy’s Basketball at North Broward Preparatory School and with Florida Pro AAU ran by Coach Marcus McGee. Coach Cohen’s college coaching stops include Florida Atlantic University, Murray State University, and Palm Beach State College. In only season at Palm Beach State, he helped guide the Panthers to a 21-9 record, a 9-3 conference record, and a FCSAA Southern Conference Championship. In his time at Palm Beach, he coached NJCAA 2nd Team All-American, FCSAA Southern Conference Player of the Year, and Old Dominion University signee, Malik Curry. Along with Curry, Cohen assisted in the development of four Division 1 signees, four FSCAA 1st Team All-Southern Conference players, and three 2nd Team All-Southern Conference players.

Prior to his time at Palm Beach State, Cohen was at Murray State University as the Video Coordinator on Matt McMahon’s coaching staff. Cohen contributed to all aspects of the program and was responsible for scouting opponents, film breakdown, team travel, academic progress and all administrative items. During his two seasons, the Murray State Racers had an overall record of 42-23 including a record of 24-10 in Ohio Valley Conference play. During the 2017-18 Season, the Racers won both the Ohio Valley Conference regular season and tournament titles, earning a trip to the NCAA Tournament.

Prior to his time at Murray State, Cohen spent six seasons as a member of the Florida Atlantic Men's Basketball program, spending two seasons as Graduate Assistant and four seasons as a Student Manager. During his time as a Graduate Assistant, Cohen earned a Masters Degree in Communications. As an undergraduate, Cohen graduated Cum Laude in May 2014 and volunteered in the FAU media relations department from 2013-2014.

As a student manager, Cohen experienced the Owls' title run as Sun Belt Conference Regular-Season Champions and NIT appearance, the first in the program's history. In the fall of 2012, he was promoted to Head Student Manager where he was responsible for the organization of other student managers. His responsibilities also included coordinating team travel, assisting with on-court drills and skill work as well as shadowing the Director of Basketball Operations on a daily basis.

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