Jason Kokrak

Jason Kokrak

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Warren, Ohio

High School:
John F. Kennedy

Height:
6-3

Birthdate:
05/22/1985


2006 Summer:Won the Ohio State Amateur Championship in runaway fashion, carding rounds of 70, 68, 68 and 71 to finish four strokes clear of the field at seven-under • Finished third in the U.S. Open qualifer, and earned the first alternate spot to the U.S. Open at Winged Foot • Was the co-medalist in the U.S. Amateur qualifier in late July and earned a spot in the U.S. Amateur Championship, to be played Aug. 21-26 at Hazeltine National in Minnesota.

2005-06: Named the 2006 Atlantic 10 Conference Co-Performer of the Year with teammate John Streibich after shooting 10-under-par 206 for 54 holes of golf at the Atlantic 10 Conference Championship • Kokrak and Streibich were named to the A-10 All Conference team along with teammate Andy Pope • Fired a season-best round of 67 on four occations • Carded a 67 (-5) during the first round of the Mattaponi Springs Shootout • Led the Musketeers at the Wolverine Intercollegiate bringing in a second place finish with a total score of 206 (-7) • Second on the team, shooting a season average of 72.27 • Named to the 2006 PING All-Midwest Region Team • Continues to lead the team in career scoring average with a 73.04 • Recorded a team-high 15 rounds under par.


2004-05: Honored as the 2005 Atlantic 10 Conference Performer of the Year with former teammate Neal Grusczynski after the two shot a 2-under-par 106 over the 27 holes of the shortened Conference Championship • Kokrak and Grusczynski were two of three Musketeers honored on the six-member A-10 All-Conference Team (Andy Connell) • Shot a season-low round of 67 (-5) at the Atlantic 10 Conference Championship at the Newport National Golf Club • Led the Musketeers with a 7-over-par 217 in the NCAA Central Regional at Notre Dame including a 3-under par 67 on the last day • Finished in the top eight in XU's five spring tournaments including a third place finish at the Bruce Fossum-Taylor Made Invitational in East Lansing, Mich. • No. 1 on the career scoring average list with a stroke-average of 72.86 over 66.5 rounds • Finished the season No. 1 on the season scoring average chart with a 71.88 through stroke average through 31.5 rounds • Recorded a team-high 18 rounds under par.

2004 Summer: Competed in the U.S. Amateur Public Links and was seeded 11th going into match play • Lost in the first round to the tournament's two-time runner up • Also played in the Porter Cup and shot rounds of 71-71-73-71.

2003-04: Named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year, the third from Xavier in the last four years • Earned the honor by tying for third at the A-10 Championship • A three-time recipient of Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors • Played every round in his rookie season • Six Top 10 finishes, including a tie for third in the last two events of the season (FirstEnergy and A-10) • Hit a hole in one during the Northern • Fired his season-low round of 66 in the 49er, the fourth lowest round in school history • His lowest tournament score of the year was a six-under 210 in the season-opener at Mid Pines • Was below par at least once in each of five fall tournaments.

2003 Summer: Champion of U.S. Open First Stage Qualifier • Sixth place in U.S. Open Sectional • U.S. Amateur qualifier • Sixth place in Ohio Amateur • Placed fourth at AJGA Toldo Group Eastern Canadian Junior.

High School: Two-time State medalist (2002 and 2003) • Member of the Division III All-State Team in 2002 and 2003 • Four-time Sectional Champion • Ohio High School Golfer of the Year in 2003 • Shot a course record 65 at Seven Hills Golf Club in the 2002 District Championship.

Personal: A communications major • Born May 22, 1985 in North Bay, Ontario.

CAREER STATISTICS
YearEventsRoundsStrokesAvg.Low RoundLow Trn.Top 10/20U-ParTitles/R-Up
2003-041538280073.6866 (-6)210 (-6)6/690/0
2004-051131.5226471.8767 (-5)211 (-5)8/10181/0
2005-061337267472.2767 (-5)206 (-10)6/8151/1
TOTAL39106.5773872.6666 (-6)206 (-10)20/24422/1