Former #Seawolves All-American struck out first MLB batter Austin Jackson
Former #Seawolves All-American will become third Stony Brook alumnus to play in big leagues.
SNY does segment on Tom Koehler and Nick Tropeano called up to the Majors
Former #Seawolves All-American becomes third Stony Brook baseball pitcher active in Major League Baseball
Ten Stony Brook baseball players active in Major/Minor League Baseball.
2007: Led America East in innings pitched (85.0), strike outs (87) ... went 5-8 with 4.98 ERA in team-high 13 starts ... struck out at least 10 batters a season-high four times ... struck out 10 in 5.1 innings of work against Quinnipiac (3/24) ... allowed two runs in 7.0 innings, striking out 10 against NYIT (3/30) ... scattered seven hits over 7.0 innings to earn victory over Maine (4/6) ... pitched season-high 8.0 innings, striking out 10 at Hartford (4/13) ... earned victory with 6.0 innings of work against Columbia (4/28) ... hurled 8.0 shutout innings, striking out nine to pick up victory against Vermont (5/11).
2006: Finished the year ranked in the top ten in America East in both innings pitched (71.1) and strikeouts (57) en route to being named All-America East Second Team... struck out three in 6.2 innings of work to pick up first win of the season versus Bucknell... allowed only one unearned run in 7.0 innings of work in a win over Maine... struck out eight batters in 8.0 innings of work in a win over Hartford... threw 7.0 solid innings in must-win victory over UMBC... went 3-1 in America East play in six starts... finished second on the team in wins (4) and strikeouts (57).
2005: Appeared in 18 games, started eight, totaled 42 strikeouts in 44.1 inning of work and only walked 17...picked up his first collegiate win against Princeton throwing seven innings whike striking out six...allowed one run, scattering eight hits with six strikeouts over six innings of work in a win over Hartford.
High School: Attended New Rochelle High School in New Rochelle, N.Y....earned three varsity letters for the Huguenots...Rawlings All-Northeast, Section I Pitcher of the Year, spring athlete of the year, all-section and all-state as a senior after going 6-1 with 108 strikeouts, just 12 walks and a 0.86 ERA in 58 innings of work...all-league as a junior after going 5-1 with 54 strikeouts...rookie of the year in 2002.
Personal: Thomas R. Koehler...born June 29, 1986, in the Bronx, N.Y....son of Theresa and Rolf Koehler...brother of Erica...enjoys downloading music...lists the New York Yankees as his favorite team and Roger Clemens as his favorite athlete.