7   Jeff Krohn
Jeff Krohn


Phoenix, Ariz.

High School:
Horizon H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 216


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All-America candidate ? Returning starter at quarterback ? Has the fourth-highest career pass efficiency rating in school history (122.5), while ranking fifth on the career chart for yards per attempt (7.1), sixth on the career list for completion percentage (.530) and ninth in career touchdown passes (16) ? Transfered to UMass from Arizona State University prior to the 2002 season ? Has played in 10 career games, starting 10 times. ? Named to the Athletic Director?s Honor Roll in the spring of 2002.

2002: The starting quarterback for the Minutemen ? Played in 10 games on the season, starting all 10 times ? Missed the New Hampshire and Hofstra games due to injury ? UMass went 8-2 in the 10 games he started ? Completed 152 of 287 passes for 2,032 yards and 16 touchdowns on the season ? Led the team with 1,956 yards of total offense ? Placed sixth on the UMass single season list with 2,032 passing yards, which was also the third-highest mark in school history by a junior ? His 152 completions were the fourth-highest single season total in school history, while his 203.2 passing yards per game, 287 attempts and 16 touchdowns rank sixth on the single season lists, and his 1,956 yards of total offense place 10th ? Ranked fifth in the Atlantic 10 in passing efficiency (122.5 rating) and sixth in total offense ? Threw for 401 yards on 33 of 52 passing with two touchdowns at Northeastern, in addition to making a tackle ? Set a school single game record with 33 completions against the Huskies, while his 401 yards and 52 attempts were the second-highest single game totals in school history ? Also placed sixth on the single game list with 377 yards of total offense agaisnt Northeastern ? Hit on 20 of 33 attempts for 293 yards and two touchdowns against AIC, while also rushing for 18 yards on two carries ? Completed 19 of 39 passes for 243 yards and a touchdown in the victory at Rhode Island, in addition to rushing for four yards ? Connected on 12 of 22 attempts for 176 yards and two scores in the win over Maine, while also rushing for a touchdown ? Hit on 14 of 28 attempts for 236 and two touchdowns in the victory at Richmond ? Completed 13 of 36 passes for 194 yards and two touchdowns at North Carolina State ? Connected on 11 of 20 attempts for 141 yards and a touchdown in the win over Delaware, before being injured in the third quarter ? Hit on 13 of 22 passes for 128 yards in the victory at James Madison ? Completed two of five passes for 22 yards against Villanova, before leaving the game due to injury ? Connected on 15 of 30 passes for 198 yards and four touchdowns against Central Connecticut.

Before UMass: Started at quarterback for Arizona State in 2000 and 2001 ? Over the course of his Arizona State career, completed 240 of 467 passes for 3,693 yards and 31 touchdowns with 13 interceptions ? Played in 10 games (starting nine times) for the Sun Devils in 2001, completing 115 of 213 passes for 1,942 yards and 19 touchdowns with seven interceptions ? Led the Pacific-10 Conference and ranked ninth nationally in Division I-A with a 153.4 pass efficiency rating ? Completed 17 of 29 passes for 320 yards and two touchdowns against Washington ? Hit on 12 of 23 passes for 290 yards and four touchdowns in victory over Louisiana-Lafayette ? Connected on 15 of 22 attempts for 229 yards and four scores in win over San Jose State, while also rushing for a touchdown ? Completed 17 of 37 passes for 366 yards and three scores at Stanford, while amassing 387 yards of total offense ? Threw for 271 yards and four touchdowns on 27 of 35 passing in victory over San Diego State ? During the 2000 season, played in 10 games with nine starts ? Completed 125 of 254 passes on the year for 1,751 yards with 12 touchdowns and only six interceptions ? Ranked fourth in the Pacific-10 in passing efficiency ? Recipient of Arizona State?s Mike Bartholomew Award for the most improved offensive player in 2000 ? Co-winner of the Bill Kajikawa Freshman of the Year Award in 2000 ? Completed 21 of 34 passes for 432 yards with five touchdowns and only one interception against Oregon ? His 432-yard effort was the best performance in Arizona State history by a freshman, and was only 37 yards short of the all-time Pacific-10 freshman mark ? His five touchdown passes against Oregon rank as third-best single game total ever for the Sun Devils ? Also connected with Richard Williams for a 90-yard touchdown against the Ducks, the fifth-longest pass in Arizona State history ? Hit on 18 of 27 attempts for 214 yards in victory at Washington State ? Accumulated 248 passing yards and four touchdowns on six of 10 passing against Utah State, setting Arizona State single game records for yards per attempt (24.8) and yards per completion (41.8) ? Redshirted at Arizona State in 1999 ? A 1999 graduate of Horizon High School in Scottsdale, Ariz. ? Three-time letterwinner in football, earning All-Conference honors his sophomore, junior and senior seasons ? Earned All-City honors and named team MVP in his senior year ? Also a member of the basketball team at Horizon.

Personal: Full name is Jeffrey Lee Krohn ? Son of Jim and Lori Krohn ? Born September 23, 1980, in Winnipeg, Manitoba ? Father was a four-time letterwinner at the University of Arizona and captained the 1979 Wildcats, who finished the season 6-5-1 with a trip to the Fiesta Bowl ? Father ranks seventh in Arizona history in career passing yards (3,305) ? Majoring in Legal Studies.

Krohn?s Passing Statistics (at UMass)


Krohn?s Passing Statistics (at Arizona State)


Krohn?s Rushing Statistics (at UMass)


Krohn?s Rushing Statistics (at Arizona State)


Krohn?s Career Highs (at UMass)

Passing Attempts           52 at Northeastern, 9/21/02
Passing Completions        33 at Northeastern, 9/21/02
Passing Yards             401 at Northeastern, 9/21/02
Longest Pass               50 at North Carolina State, 9/28/02
Touchdowns Passing          4 vs. Central Connecticut State, 9/7/02
Interceptions Thrown        3 two times, last at North Carolina State, 9/28/02
Rushing Yards              18 vs. American International College, 9/14/02
Rushing Attempts            7 three times, last at Rhode Island, 11/23/02
Longest Run                13 vs. Delaware, 11/2/02
Touchdowns Rushing          1 vs. Maine, 10/12/02
Total Offense             377 at Northeastern, 9/21/02

Krohn?s Career Highs (at Arizona State)

Passing Attempts           42 at San Diego State, 8/31/00
Passing Completions        27 vs. San Diego State, 9/8/01
Passing Yards             432 vs. Oregon, 10/28/00
Longest Pass               90 vs. Oregon, 10/28/00
Touchdowns Passing          5 vs. Oregon, 10/28/00
Interceptions Thrown        2 two times, last vs. San Jose State, 9/29/01
Rushing Yards              30 vs. San Diego State, 9/8/01
Rushing Attempts           12 at San Diego State, 8/31/00
Longest Run                24 vs. Washington, 10/14/00
Touchdowns Rushing          1 vs. San Jose State, 9/29/01
Total Offense             432 vs. Oregon, 10/28/00
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