|Hometown:||Great Falls, VA|
|Parents:||Brian & Debby Cochran|
Cochran played in 18 games during his sophomore season, appearing in nine off the bench. He recorded his second-straight four-assist campaign, tied for the third-most assists by an Eagle during the season. The midfielder/ defender led all Eagles with three game-winning assists, two of which came on 'golden goals.' On October 19th, he recorded a pair of assists against Covenant College, including one on the game-winning goal in overtime, helping the Eagles to a 4-3 victory. His two assists in conference play were tied for the sixth-most in the UAA this season. Cochran also finished the season with three shots, two of which were on goal.
Cochran finished his freshman campaign with one goal and four assists, coming over the course of 12 games played and three starts. The four assists were the second-most among all Emory players during the season, and led all freshmen on the squad. His one goal scored during the year was the game-winning goal against Rowan University on September 11th, capping off a one-goal, two assist game. Cochran also assisted on the game-winning goal in double-overtime against Covenant College on October 5th. Another of his assists came on a long throw-in during the second half against New York University on October 30th, setting up the game-tying goal en route to an Emory win. Cochran finished the year with four shots, two of which were on goal.
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Prior to Emory:
Played on the Langley High School soccer team for four years... Was named to the all-district first team, and the all-D.C. Metro Area and All-Region second teams... Recorded 17 assists during his senior year and 11 during his freshman campaign... Coached in high school by Bo Amato... Played for the Great Falls Soccer Club, serving as the team captain... Was coached on his club team by Mark Ryan... Also played varsity basketball in high school.
Born June 9, 1993.
Why he chose Emory:
"I chose Emory for its great academic and athletic programs."