2004: Kohlmeyer started in 15 matches for Marquette and was a leader in the midfield. Kohlmeyer scored his only goal on the season against Wisconsin (Nov. 3), he also tallied an assist in that game. The junior recorded assists at Creighton (Sept. 19) and at Cincinnati (Nov. 7).
2003: Kohlmeyer came into his own in his sophomore season. He scored seven times and added a pair of assists to rank second on the team in scoring. Four of his seven goals were timely as they proved to be match winners. The four winners were tied for the third best total in Conference USA. At 0.39 goals per match, Kohlmeyer was ninth in the league in that category. He set the tone for the season in the opening match, scoring twice in MU's 2-1 win over Denver (Aug. 29). He scored twice more against DePaul (Sept. 10) for his second multiple goal match of the year. In both, he scored the match winner. He had a single tally against Memphis (Oct. 4), scoring the match winner and assisting on another in the 3-2 victory. A goal against Wis.-Milwaukee (Oct. 29) gave him his fourth match winner of the year. Kohlmeyer proved to be an accurate shooter. He led the team with 64.3 percent of his shots being on net.
2002: Kohlmeyer made his collegiate debut against Evansville (Sept. 4). He saw significant action, the most of any Marquette freshman, playing in 17 matches during the year. He was primarily a defensive threat, taking just two shots on the year. His first was against Wright State (Sept. 18) and his second came against Cincinnati (Sept. 22).
At Castle: In his career as a midfielder, Kohlmeyer scored 113 points on 33 goals and 47 assists. As a senior, he led Castle to a no. 15 ranking in the state and was the team's most valuable player. He was also named all-district, all-conference and second team all state. He led his team in assists (15) and was second on the squad in goals (15). As a junior, Kohlmeyer scored 20 assists and 12 goals -- first and second on the team respectively -- to lead his team to a state championship. In his sophomore year, he led the squad in assists with 11 as he helped Castle advance to the state title game. Kohlmeyer was coached in high school by Doug Diedrich. Diedrich was coached collegiately by former MU head coach Steve Adlard.
Personal: Born December 9, 1983, Blair Kohlmeyer is the son of Mike and Lori Kohlmeyer. His father Mike played collegiate basketball at Central Missouri State. He majored in communications.
Kohlmeyer's Career Stats