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Marshall Koehn

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Solon, Iowa

High School:
Solon

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195

Position:
PK

Birthdate:
08/29/1992

08/28/2012

Coach Ferentz Press Conference Transcript

Head coach Kirk Ferentz addressed the media today inside the Hayden Fry Football Complex

03/20/2012

Coach Ferentz Spring Press Conference Transcript

Hawkeyes begin drills on Wednesday

2013 - - Saw first action of career in 59-3 win over Western Michigan, converting only PAT attempt and kicking 62 yards on only KO of the game . . . did not see additional game action.

2012 - - Did not see any game action.

2011 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on.

High school honors - - Named first team all-state as a senior after earning second team honors as a junior . . . first team all-conference as a junior and senior . . . Career - - member of prep football team that won four straight state titles, helping team compile 41-1 record his last three seasons . . . played wide receiver and defensive back in addition to handling all kicking duties . . . made 49-56 PATs and 13-18 field goals, with a long of 48 yards, as a senior . . . averaged 37.8 yards per punt and had 45 touchbacks on 82 kicks . . . had 22 receptions for 298 yards and two touchdowns as a senior, while collecting 47 tackles and seven interceptions on defense . . . connected on 91-100 PATs and 2-3 field goals as a junior, along with 16 tackles on defense . . . made 21-25 PATs and 2-3 field goals as a sophomore . . . football team captain as a senior . . . also played baseball, earning all-state honors (second base) while helping prep team win baseball state titles as a junior and senior . . . holds state single-season record with 30 doubles as a junior . . . earned three varsity letters in football, four-year letterman in baseball and soccer and two-year wrestling letterman.

Personal - - Born 8/29/92 . . . communication studies major . . . parents are Theresa and Jay Koehn . . . high school coach was Kevin Miller.

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