Juneau’s Cohen showcases two-way skills at Whitman College

Posted by Van Williams, ALB Media Director | Mar 28, 2014

How good is Aaron Cohen?

Apparently good enough to win college games almost single-handedly.

The Whitman College senior star from Juneau showcased his two-way skills in a 2-1 victory over nationally ranked George Fox in NCAA D3 action in Oregon.

Cohen threw seven innings of six-hit ball and hit a home run against a top-20 team. He struck out eight batters.

The Alaskan is making a case for Northwest Conference MVP even though Whitman is in last place.

Cohen leads the league in RBIs [32] and doubles [11] and top 10 in batting average [.349] and slugging percentage [.532] in 27 games.

He has an eagle eye in the box, striking out just 10 times in 125 plate appearances.

How good is Aaron Cohen?

He didn’t start pitching until he got to college and now he’s starting; he threw six shutout innings against George Fox. On the season he is 2-3 with a 3.75 ERA. He has 33 Ks in 36 innings.

This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage.