Robert Cash

Player profile

  • Year Junior
  • Hometown New Albany, Ohio

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Twitter: @Robert_Cash7
Instagram: @robert_cash7

Ohio State Career Honors

  • ITA Doubles All-American (2020, 2022)
  • Second Team All-Big Ten (2022)
  • ITA Scholar-Athlete (2021)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2021, 2022)
  • OSU Scholar-Athlete (2020, 2021, 2022)

2021-22 (Junior)

  • Team Captain
  • Finished the year ranked as part of the No. 1 doubles team in the country
  • Had one of the best doubles seasons in school history, finishing the year with a single-season school record 45 wins (45-7)
  • Was just the fifth team all-time win the ITA All-American Championship and the ITA Fall National Championship in the same season
  • Capped the year with a runner-up finish in the NCAA Doubles Championship, falling in a third-set tiebreaker
  • Was 19-3 vs. ranked doubles opponents
  • Spent a total of 21 weeks ranked at No. 1
  • He and partner Matej Vocel were a remarkable 14-0 with a pair of titles in the fall
  • Held a 13-4 singles record and reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Midwest Regional Championship
  • Was ranked as high as No. 63 in the singles rankings, which was a career-high

2020-21 (Sophomore)

  • Had another great season, going 16-4 in singles matches and 20-6 in doubles matches
  • Spent two weeks in the singles rankings and was as high at No. 4 in the country in the doubles rankings
  • Was 9-4 at the No. 6 spot in singles
  • Went 7-3 at the No. 1 spot in doubles and 10-2 at the No. 2 spot
  • Had a record of 9-2 in Big Ten singles matches
  • Beat No. 83 Connor Johnston of Michigan 8-1 at the OSU Invitational
  • Had four wins over ranked doubles opponents, including back-to-back NCAA Tournament wins over Inigo Torre Martin and Rayane Stable (No. 81) of VCU and Siddhant Banthia and Matthew Thomson (No. 87) of Wake Forest

2019-20 (Freshman)

  • Was 9-5 in singles and 24-5 in doubles
  • Had a great fall in doubles and was ranked in the top-3 all spring, including one week at No. 1 in the country
  • Was 13-2 in doubles matches with McNally in the fall
  • The team won the ITA Midwest Regional in a third-set comeback win over Michigan’s Andrew Fenty and Mattis Siimar
  • Made a run all the way to the finals of the ITA Fall Championship, knocking-off the No. 15 ranked team of Payton Holden and Ryan Seggerman (Princeton) along the way
  • Opened the spring with seven consecutive doubles wins en route to earning a No. 1 ranking nationally
  • Won his first five decisions in singles play, including the clinching point in the team’s win over No. 1 Texas on Feb. 1. Also had a win over the No. 4 ranked doubles team of Longhorns Christian Sigsgaard and Yuya Ito

Prior to Ohio State

  • Was ranked in the top-25 of the 2019 recruiting class
  • 1 prospect in Ohio where he was the 2018 state singles champion.
  • In 2018, he ascended to No. 1 in the country in the junior doubles rankings.
  • Six-time Midwest Closed Champions in singles and doubles
  • Two-time 16s National Doubles Champion and a 18s National Clay Court Champion.
  • Doubles champion at the ITF Grade 4 in Atlanta as well as a doubles champion at the 16s National Indoor Championships
  • Owns a total of six gold balls and has finished in the top-3 nine times at national events
  • Competed in doubles with teammate Cannon Kingsley at the 2019 US Open Juniors Championship
  • Cash has been coached in large part by Bryan Nibert but has also worked with Gabe Higgs, Kevin Metka and David Kass.