Joe Kohan
Joe  Kohan


Juneau, Alaska

High School:
Juneau-Douglas HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195





59 Nevada Athletes Earn WAC Academic Honors

33 Returners And 26 First Year Athletes Honored


Escobar Homer Gives Nevada Walk-Off Victory

Shipley Pitches Pack To Victory


Nevada Opens WAC Tournament Versus Louisiana Tech Wednesday

Hohokam Stadium - Mesa, Ariz.


Nevada Seeks First WAC Title In Hawai`i

Pack 10-5 In WAC Play


Nevada Sweeps San Jose State On Senior Day For 30th Win

Pack Sit Atop WAC Standings


Nevada vs. Oregon State

Nevada vs. Oregon State


Utah Valley University

Utah Valley University

2011 (Jr.): One of four Wolf Pack players to start all 55 games in 2011, starting 44 games at second base and 11 at shortstop ... 56 hits were good for third most on the squad and .283 average was sixth best ... three triples were tied for a team-high ... four home runs were second most on the team, 12 doubles were third most, 22 walks were tied for third most ... nine multi-RBI games were second most and 14 multi-hit games were third most on the team ... set a new career-high for hits in a game against Pacific (3/12) after going 4-for-4 with a double, walk, one run scored and two RBI ... also set a new career-high in RBI in game after driving in four runs versus Seattle (4/9) and at San Jose State (5/20) ... hit a two-out grand slam in the bottom of the ninth inning vs. Seattle (4/9) to pull the Pack within a run as the team rallied for the 11-10 victory ... hit .400 (6-for-15) with three runs scored, three walks, two doubles, a grand slam and seven RBI the week of Apr. 4-11 to earn WAC Hitter of the Week honors ... earned third Nevada letter.

2010 (So.): Appeared in 42 games for the Wolf Pack, starting 22 games at second base, two at shortstop and two at third base...hit .354 in 96 at-bats... homered and had a season high three RBI vs. LA Tech (4/23)...hit .522 with 12 hits, three doubles and two RBI during a season-high seven game hit streak (3/21-4/3)...recorded 52 putouts for the second consecutive year...earned second Nevada letter.

2009(Fr.): Played in 33 games earning starts in 23...15 starts came at second base, six were at shortstop and two at third base...made one appearance on the mound at San Jose State(5/17) and allowed two hits but no runs in one inning of work...batted .500(15-for-30) with six runs scored, six RBI and a double during a season-high seven game hit streak that was tied for the seventh longest on the team with Kevin Rodland...had a stretch of driving at least one run in five consecutive games...homerd twice on the season...drove in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth-inning with a single to right field with the bases loaded to give the Pack a 3-2 win over UC Davis(4/28)...two 3-hit games on the season versus CSUB(4/25) and at FS(5/2)...earned first baseball letter.

High School
Lettered four years in baseball and once in football at Juneau-Douglas High School in Juneau, Alaska...played for coaches Jim Ayers and Jamie Kisner during his prep career...named Alaska Gatorade and Louisville Baseball Player of the Year...led the Crimson Bears to the 2008 state baseball title and helped the 2006 football team to a state championship....earned first-team all-state honors in 2008....three-time All-Southeast Conference selection.

Biology major...born Feb. 27, 1990...son of Tom and Trish Kohan...sister Michael competed in crew at Washington, brother Zach played baseball at William Jewell and brother Pat played baseball at Lincoln Trail CC...enjoys fly fishing, hunting and golfing in his spare time...chose to attend Nevada over Washington, Portland and Lewis and Clark State...member of Fellowship of Christan Athletes...sports hero is Lance Armstrong.

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