Josh Bhasin
Josh Bhasin
Height: 6-3
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Tulsa, Okla.
High School: Strawberry Fields (India)

2017-18 AWARDS

All-Conference: Second Team Singles 

2017-18 RECORDS

Total Appearances: 22 

Singles Record: 7-3

Doubles Record: 5-7

Singles conference record: 3-1

Doubles conference record: 3-2 


  • Earned his fourth career All-Conference honors and received Singles recognition for the second time in three seasons 
  • Posted the best singles winning percentage (.700) on the team and tied for the team lead with seven singles wins 
  • Recorded wins at first, second and third singles, while playing at second doubles all season 
  • Won four consecutive-singles matches from March 24-March 31-with wins at first-third singles
  • Earned the Beacons lone point in the LEC Championship Match, after teaming up with Austin DeLasse for an 8-0 win at second doubles

2016-17 Overcame an injury plagued sophomore spring to put together a huge finish to the season … Named to the Little East Conference Second Team All-Conference for doubles ... Posted a 6-20 overall mark … Finished 3-11 at second singles … Recorded a 3-9 mark in doubles, with his time split between first and second doubles … Ended the Little East Conference Regular Season with a 3-6 mark … Earned his first win of the year on March 9, when he defeated his Penn State Berks opponent 7-5, 6-1 … Routed Chandler Scott of Rhode Island College 6-2, 6-2 at second singles on April 8 … Teamed up with Tin Tran for an 8-4 win at second doubles on April 15 against the University of Southern Maine … Clinched the LEC Championship Point in the LEC Final on May 6, when he defeated UMass Dartmouth’s Anthony Joseph 6-2, 6-2 … Led Nichols College’s Brandon Howard 7-5, 2-0 at second singles in the NCAA Tournament First Round, when the match reached a decision.

2015-16 Enjoyed a tremendous freshman season at the number two singles spot and as a first team doubles player … Named the Little East Conference Rookie of the Year … Recognized as a First Team All Conference selection in both singles and doubles … Selected as the LEC Rookie of the Week on one occasion … Tied for the team lead with his 17 overall wins… Finished second on the team with his 10 singles wins and tied for second with seven doubles wins … Ended the season 17-19 overall … Posted a 5-1 mark in singles during conference play … Tacked on two doubles wins against conference opponents during the regular season … Tied with Jack Wang with his team-high four postseason victories … Wrapped up the season tied for sixth in program history with his 36 matches played in a single-season … Racked up six-straight singles victories from April 19-May 5 … Made his collegiate debut September 20 with two tight losses against Regis College … Earned his first collegiate singles win (6-2, 6-4 at number one) and doubles win (8-4 at number one) against Salve Regina on October 4 … Helped the Beacons earn their first win of the season March 16 with a pair of wins against Curry College … Took home a marathon 4-6, 6-2, 10-7 victory at number two singles in a win over Suffolk on April 7 … Won a pair of matches April 11 to help the Beacons earn their first LEC win of the season … Came back from a set down, to earn a 1-6, 6-4, 6-4 win against Salem State at number two doubles on April 19 … Picked up three-straight doubles wins and seven-straight total victories from April 23-May 5 … Took home wins of 8-2 (number one doubles) and 6-0, 6-2 (number two singles) in the LEC Quarterfinals against Rhode Island College … Went 2-0 against UMass Dartmouth in the LEC Semifinals on May 5.

PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Strawberry Fields High School in Chandigrah, India in 2014 ... Led his team to a state championship in 2013 ... Born on December 11, 1995 ... Son of Ladawn and Sandeep Bhasin ... Has two siblings, Shea and Faith ... Majoring in Business and is part of the Leadership Foundation Program with a focus in Management ... Minoring in Economy.