Tyler Cohen
Tyler  Cohen


Woodland Hills, Calif.

High School:
Agoura HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 205




Crimson/Navy Series Set for Thursday-Saturday

LMU baseball will holds its annual Fall World Series this week.


Barnett's Grand Slam Propels Lions Past #22 UC Irvine

Chris Barnett hit his first career homer, a grand slam, in the eighth inning of a 5-1 victory.


Busfield Matches Saves Record, Lions Top Dirtbags 4-2

Sophomore J.D. Busfield converted his 13th save of the year, matching the LMU record set by Darryl Scott in 1988.


Seven-Run Second Propels LMU to Victory

LMU defeated Hawaii by a score of 9-3 on Wednesday at LMU's Page Stadium.


Waves Even Series with 7-2 Victory

LMU dropped a 7-2 decision to Pepperdine on Saturday afternoon.


2014 LMU Baseball Season Preview

Sixth-year head coach Jason Gill previews the 2014 LMU baseball season.


2015 WCC Baseball Championship - Game 1

2015 WCC Baseball Championship - Game 1 vs. USD


BASE | LMU vs. Hawaii

Non-conference match-up from Page Stadium


LMU Baseball vs Saint Joseph's | February 21, 2015

LMU Baseball vs Saint Joseph's | February 21, 2015

Photos by Glenn Marzano


LMU Baseball vs San Jose State | February 14, 2015

LMU Baseball vs San Jose State | February 14, 2015

Photos by Julie Megill


LMU Baseball vs. San Jose State | February 14, 2015

LMU Baseball vs. San Jose State | February 14, 2015

Photos by Jeff Golden

Tyler Cohen is in his third season with LMU baseball...

2015... appeared in 13 games, starting one... pitched to a 7.66 ERA over 24.2 innings of work... struck out 26 hitters and combined on one shutout... tossed 4.0 innings in WCC play over two appearances, striking out eight hitters over the span... helped preserve a 3-1 victory over San Jose State on 2/14 by contributing 2.0 scoreless innings... posted five strikeouts over 2.0 scoreless innings of relief against Santa Clara on 3/13... tossed 2.1 innings and struck out four against Long Beach State on 4/21... entered in relief and induced an inning-ending double play with the bases loaded en route to tossing 3.2 scoreless frames at #22 UC Irvine on 5/12...

2014... batted .222 with a double, 11 runs scored, two triples and nine RBI at the plate as a freshman... started 27 games for the Lions in the field... also registered a 1-2 record and a 2.96 ERA with three saves over 20 appearances on the mound... tossed 24.1 innings as a reliever, allowing just eight walks and striking out 23... limited opponents to a .222 batting average against, the second-best mark on the team... first hit and save of career came on Opening Night (February 14) against Utah Valley... collected two RBI against Utah Valley on February 16... two-RBI triple on February 22 vs. #11 Oregon... went 2-for-5 with a triple, three runs scored and three RBI against Northern Kentucky on 3/9... posted three multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games... hit safely in six straight games from February 16 to February 25... did not allow a run over the final seven innings of work on the mound... made seven appearances in WCC play, posting a 1-0 record and a 3.12 ERA over 8.2 innings... hit .368 (7-for-19) with nine RBI with runners in scoring position... opponents were just 1-for-6 (.167) against Cohen with the bases loaded... limited leadoff hitters in an inning to just a .105 average (2-for-19)... averaged 8.51 strikeouts per nine innings on the mound...

A 2013 graduate of Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, Calif... a four-year varsity letterwinner playing for head coach Mike Cordero... served as team captain in his senior season... named All-CIF his senior season and named All-Conference and All-League his junior and senior years... named 46th-best prospect in California by Baseball America and 222nd-best prospect in the country by Perfect Game... a 2012 Perfect Game National participant... 2013 Miramonte League Player of the Year... a 2013 Rawlings California All-Region honoree...

Tyler Cohen was born June 20, 1995 in Woodland Hills, Calif... son of Stella and Jason Cohen... has one sister, Rayna... also considered USC, UCLA, USD, and Arizona, but chose LMU because it is the perfect place to grow physically and mentally... an undeclared liberal arts major.



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