4 Scott Cohen
4 Scott Cohen
Height: 6-3
Weight: 190
Year: Junior
Hometown: Sylmar, CA
High School: Sylmar HS
Position: Infield
Great glove-man is expected to provide the Gauchos with depth at all the infield positions. 2005
Started one game for the Gauchos, going one-for-four with a double and a run scored against UCLA on April 17, before suffering a season-ending injury. High School
Played for coaches Gary Donatella and Ray Rivera at Sylmar High School...In 2004 was named All-LA City team as well as First-Team All-Valley Mission League, batting .375 and driving in 30 runs...Named to the 2003 Daily News/Los Angeles Times All-San Fernando Valley team...As a sophomore broke the school record for committing the least errors made in a single season (one)...Was the valedictorian of the senior class with a 4.0 grade point average. Personal
Born on May 2, 1986 in Santa Monica, Calif...Is undecided on a major at UCSB...Wants to some day own his own business and become a coach...Claims the Los Angeles Dodgers and Lakers as his favorite pro teams...Favorite athlete is Derek Jeter...Most memorable sports moment was playing for the City Championship at Dodger Stadium...Would ask Jim Carrey to play him in a Hollywood movie about his life...Likes the location and beach most about UCSB...Enjoys watching SportsCenter, Baseball Tonight and The Amazing Race...Favorite book is Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory...Lists Delmon Young as the best player he has ever faced in any sport...Would love to get the chance to hit against Randy Johnson or Nolan Ryan...Favorite movie is Dumb and Dumber...Would like to invite Jim Carrey, Michael Jordan and Derek Jeter to dinner...Has a superstition of doing everything the same when successful...Claims his Little League coach gave him the best advice about baseball when he said, "Hustle, never give up, but most importantly, have fun"...Claims he and his family have been to just about every MLB stadium and watched a game...Has two brothers, Spencer and Stuart, and one sister, Whitney...Son of Bob and Linda Cohen.