Scott Hohenstein
Scott Hohenstein
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Anaheim, Calif.
High School: Canyon HS
UC Santa Barbara
2008-09: Took the Flight C Title in singles at the 2008 Bulldog Classic... Was named Athlete of the Week after his victory snapped a 3-3 tie, giving the 74th-ranked Gauchos a 4-3 road win over No. 62 San Diego... Had second most overall singles wins (15)... Had second most doubles wins with partner Evan Jurgensen. 2007-08: Scott Hohenstein did not compete in dual match play due to an injury. 2006-07: Scott Hohenstein redshirted the 2006-07 season. 2005-06: Scott Hohenstein earned Second Team All-Big West honors in doubles following his freshman season at UCSB...A doubles specialist, Hohenstein went 14-16 overall in doubles in 2005-06, including 11-15 in dual matches...Played primarily No. 2 doubles where he recorded seven of his wins...Went a perfect 2-0 at No. 1 doubles...As a singles player, Hohenstein was 4-12 overall and 2-6 in dual matches...He played all of his singles matches at No. 5, where he was 1-4, and No. 6, where he was 1-2. High School
First Team All-League selection his senior year...CIF Champion in doubles his sophomore and senior year...Named Canyon High School's Athlete of the Year his senior year...Won his league all four years...Went undefeated his senior year in singles and doubles...Played for Wil Wilkins. Juniors
Earned a No. 3 national ranking in Under 18 doubles...Coached by Scott Davis at the Newport Beach Tennis Club and Brian Bartholomew at the Sunny Hills Tennis Academy...Won the Ojai Tournament in doubles. Personal
Born to Robert and Jan Hohenstein...Majoring in sociology at UCSB...Also competed in baseball at Canyon HS...Lists the Anaheim Angels as his favorite sport team...His favorite athlete is Jim Edmonds...Favorite movie is "Million Dollar Baby"...Most memorable sporting moment was "winning Ojai!"...Hobbies include baseball and pool...also speaks French.