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.