Cameron Coughlan Athlete Profile

#11 Cameron Coughlan

Positions: Second Base, Outfielder Height: 5-11 Weight: 175 Roster Years: 2000-2002 Hometown: Malibu, CA Last School: Malibu High School

Personal

Born in Santa Monica, California ... parents are Errol and Marissa ... played in the Northwoods League during the summer of 2000 and led the league in triples for the Minot, N.D. Greenheads ... played in the Cape Cod Baseball League in summer of 2001 ... is the Student Athlete Auxiliary Council representative for BYU baseball ... runs a 6.5 in the 60-yard dash ... open major.

At BYU

JUNIOR: Drafted in the 18th round by the Texas Rangers (532nd pick) ... voted All-Tournament at NCAA Regional (Los Angeles) ... selected All-Mountain West Conference, First Team and All-Mountain West Tournament Team ... his 45 career stolen bases ranks tied for ninth in BYU records ... tied a school record with seven at bats in the 14-inning victory at Cal-Irvine ... his third-inning grand slam gave BYU a 4-0 lead with no outs in an 8-3 victory at UNLV. SOPHOMORE: In 2001 he started 31 of 48 games and was fourth on the team in batting average at .341 ... was nine of 14 in stolen bases ... hit a key homer to the opposite side into the wind at Southern Utah to lift BYU to an 11-10 victory. FRESHMAN: In 2000, started 13 of his 32 games in 2000 and batted .291 ... was 4-7 in stolen bases.

Before BYU

Prepped at Malibu High, where he won the Shark Award for being the Outstanding student-athlete ... also won the Brian Piccolo Award and the community service awards from the Kiwanis Club and Malibu High ... won the Captain's Award...three-time All-Frontier League and two-time All-Ventura County ... selected to the all-star teams from the Southern Section and Ventura County ... batted .423 with eight triples as a senior and .446 with 21 stolen bases as a junior ... coached by Tony Walczuk ... also won the coach's award for soccer and was second-team all-league as a sophomore and senior ... biggest thrill in sports to date was winning the Youth World Cup in the Summer of 1998.

Stats

Year    Avg.   G-GS    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   TB   BB   SO   SB-SBA
2000 .291 32-13 79 22 23 6 1 1 11 34 6 10 4-7
2001 .341 48-31 132 30 45 6 6 3 27 72 15 28 9-14
2002 .374 61-60 265 76 99 10 7 4 46 135 24 43 33-38



2000 | Freshman Year

In 2000, started 13 of his 32 games in 2000 and batted .291 ... was 4-7 in stolen bases.

2001 | Sophomore Year

In 2001 he started 31 of 48 games and was fourth on the team in batting average at .341 ... was nine of 14 in stolen bases ... hit a key homer to the opposite side into the wind at Southern Utah to lift BYU to an 11-10 victory.

2002 | Junior Year

Drafted in the 18th round by the Texas Rangers (532nd pick) ... voted All-Tournament at NCAA Regional (Los Angeles) ... selected All-Mountain West Conference, First Team and All-Mountain West Tournament Team ... his 45 career stolen bases ranks tied for ninth in BYU records ... tied a school record with seven at bats in the 14-inning victory at Cal-Irvine ... his third-inning grand slam gave BYU a 4-0 lead with no outs in an 8-3 victory at UNLV.