Sarah Yohe Cohen

Graduated 1996 – Winter Park Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2006

Everyone who has followed soccer at WPHS knows the name Sarah Yohe.  Sarah lettered all four years at Winter Park and was co-captain in her senior year.  An outstanding forward and outside-midfielder, Sarah was All-Metro, All County, and All State for 4 years. In addition, she was chosen as Metro Player of the Year in 1994 and Orlando Sentinel Player of the Year and Class 6A Player of the Year in ‘96.  Sarah’s many special awards include Team Offensive MVP in ’94 and ’95, Team MVP and WPHS Female Athlete of the Year in ’96.  She holds records for 149 career goals, 48 season goals, and 7 goals in a single game.  All of that while also running cross-country.

In addition to her athletic achievements, Sarah was a member of the Math, Social Studies, and National Honor Societies.  Her senior year she was the recipient of the Wipahisc Female Scholar Athlete of the Year award and the US Army Reserve Female Scholar Athlete of the Year.

Following high school Sarah attended the University of Florida where she lettered in soccer all 4 years, leading the team as captain in 1999.  During her college career, the team won 4 SEC titles and 1 NCAA title.  Sarah was named SEC Tournament MVP, SEC Athlete of the Year, All SEC, All Region, All American, 2 time Team Offensive MVP, Team MVP, U of F Female Athlete of the Year, Tracy Caulkins Athletic Award Winner, Outstanding Female Leader, 3 time SEC Academic Honor Role, twice Academic All-American, and NSCAA Women’s National Scholar-Athlete of the Year.  She was also selected for the NCAA All-Tournament Team.

Sarah is currently a pharmaceutical rep for DePuy Mitek and is married to former WPHS letterman, Dr. Scott Cohen.