Chris Coghlan
Chris Coghlan

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Palm Harbor, Fla.

High School:
East Lake

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 202

Position:
INF

Birthdate:
06/18/1985

Experience:
2L

B-T:
L-R


2006 PRESEASON: Named to the 2006 Wallace Award Watch List for the nation's top college player ... Named Second Team All-America selection by Collegiate Baseball ... Third Team All-America selection by Baseball America ... First Team All-SEC selection by SEBaseball.com and Baseball America ...

SUMMER 2005: Played for the Chatham A's ... Earned Chatham A's Most Outstanding Hitter Award ... Led the Cape Cod League in hitting, claiming the Cape Cod League batting title as he hit .346 ... Named the 12th best prospect in the Cape Cod League ...

2005: Named second team All-SEC by the Coaches and SEBaseball.com ... Appeared in 67-of-68 games, making 66 starts at 3B ... Finished the season ranked third in the SEC in hits (99), tied for fifth in at bats (272), fifth in doubles (22), and tied for seventh in runs (66) ... His 272 at bats set a new Ole Miss season record, breaking the old mark of 260 set by Brad Henderson in 1999 and puts him tied with All-American Stephen Head for the top spot ... Led team with 22 doubles, ranking second on the Ole Miss season list, two shy of the school record of 24 set by Henderson in 1999 ... Finished the season leading the team with 66 runs scored, third on the Ole Miss season list, three shy of the school record of 69 set by Burney Hutchinson (1999-2002) in 2001 ... Finished tied for seventh in the SEC in runs scored ... His 99 hits is third on the Ole Miss season list ... Finished ninth on the Ole Miss single-season RBI list with 57 ... Has a hit in 52-of-67 games ... Reached base safely in 59-of-67 games ... Went 4x5 with four RBI against Belmont (2/22) to record his first career four-hit and four-RBI game ... Also had four-hit games versus Memphis (4/27) and Oklahoma (6/5) in the NCAA Oxford Regional ... Also tied a career-high with four RBI against Alabama (4/9) and South Carolina (5/15) ... Had a season-best nine-game hit streak from March 2-15, going 16x37 (.432) with three HRs and 13 RBI ... Was 3x4 with a HR, two RBI and scored a career-high four runs in the 14-3 win over the Boilermakers (3/4) ... Recorded his first career multi-HR game against Sam Houston State (3/13), going 3x4 with two HRs and three RBI ... Also had a double against the Bearkats to record a career-high 10 total bases ... Postseason: Started at 3B in all 12 of Ole Miss' postseason games in the SEC Tournament, NCAA Oxford Regional and NCAA Super Regional ... Hit .392 (20x51) with five RBI in the postseason ... Went 7x25 (.280) with one RBI in six games in the Southeastern Conference Tournament ... Named Oxford Regional MVP, hitting .571 (8x14) with four RBI and scored a regional-leading seven runs ... Tied a school record with five runs scored in the 20-5 win over Oklahoma (6/5) in the championship game ... Went 4x6 with three RBI against the Sooners to record his third career four-hit game ... Started all three games against Texas in the Oxford Super Regional, where he went 5x12 (.417) scoring two runs and drawing two walks ... Scored a run after reaching on a walk in the opening game of the Oxford Super Regional (6/11) that the Rebels won 6-4 ... Went 2x5 with a run in game two (6/12) ... Went 3x4 in the final game (6/13) ...

SUMMER 2004: Played for the Danville Dans of the Central Illinois Collegiate League .... Appeared in 39 games ... Led team with a .313 batting average and had one HR and 30 RBI ... Finished ninth in the league in batting ... Rated as the league's No. 8 prospect by Baseball America.

2004: Named to the SEC All-Freshman team ... Appeared in 57-of-60 games, making 54 starts at 3B ... Recorded a hit in 40-of-57 games ... Made his collegiate debut in the season opener versus Birmingham-Southern (2/20), starting at 3B and going 1x4 ... Was 1x4 with a double and a run scored to record his first career extra-base hit and run scored the next day against the Panthers ... Went 1x4 and recorded his first career RBI during the 5-2 win in the series finale against Birmingham-Southern (2/21) ... Recorded his first career multi-hit game at South Alabama (2/29), going 2x5 with a double and a RBI ... Hit his first career HR with a two-run shot in a 15-6 win over SE Missouri State (3/3) ... Went 1x2 with two RBI to record his first career multi-RBI game ... Also had two-RBI games versus SE Louisiana (3/30), Auburn (4/9) and Arkansas State (4/21) ... Scored a season-high three runs against Nicholls State (3/13), going 1x3 with a walk ... Went 3x5 with a double and two RBI to record his first career three-hit game against SE Louisiana (3/30) ... Also had three-hit games versus Arkansas (5/8) and Florida (5/16) ... Reached base safely in 15 straight games from March 30-April 21 ... Was 2x2 with two walks and tied his season high with three runs scored against Tennessee (4/18) ... Posted a 10-game hitting streak from May 8-27, batting .419 (18x43) during that stretch ... Went 3x8 (.375) in two SEC Tournament games.

HIGH SCHOOL: First team All-State selection as a senior, and earned second team All-State honors as a junior ... Three-time All-County honoree and was a two-time All-Suncoast pick ... As a senior was named the Pinnellas County and Suncoast Player of the Year ... Led Pinnellas County with a .573 batting average as a senior ... Also hit two HRs, 16 doubles and six triples to drive in 30 runs during his senior campaign ... Earned four letters in baseball at East Lake High School ... Coached by Lee Byers ... Selected in the 18th round by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2003 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft ... Played for Team Florida and helped his team to the Sunbelt Classic championship ... Played three years of football, lettering in two years ...

MISCELLANEOUS: Honor roll student at East Lake High School ... Son of the late Tim Coghlan and Heather Coghlan ... Stepfather is Gene Roefaro ... Has six siblings, Katie (22), Kevin (18), Geno (18), Fran (17), Kelly (17) and Rocco (13) ... Nickname is Cogz.

COGHLAN'S CAREER STATISTICS AT OLE MISS

Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OBA SF SH SB-SBA
2004.30257-54199406011222481.4072332310.379203-4
2005.36367-6627366 99221657141.516288224.430517-8
TOTAL.337124-120472106159333881222.47051114514.4097110-12
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