Zach Bohannon
Zach  Bohannon

Marion, IA

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 205


Economics & Management (Double Major)


Air Force vs. Colorado State 2/26/11

AFA vs. CSU 2-26-11


Air Force vs. North Dakota 3/15/11

AFA vs. UND 3-15-11


Air Force vs. TCU 3/2/11

AFA vs. TCU 3-2-11


MBB vs. UNLV- 3/10/11

MBB vs. UNLV- 3/10/11


Air Force vs. Wyoming 1-22-11

AFA MBB vs. Wyoming

2009-10 (Freshman)

Appeared in 17 games ... career-highs of eight points and five rebounds at home against BYU ... also played career-high 18 minutes vs. the Cougars ... made first career three-pointer against Prairie View A&M ... career-high three steals vs. UNLV ... played double-figure minutes in five of the team's last eight games.

Before Air Force

Three-year letterwinner in basketball at Linn-Mar HS ... led team to a 24-3 record and runner-up finish in Class 4A as a senior ... named to all-tournament team at state tournament ... first-team all-state selection and conference player of the year as a senior ... second-team all-state and first-team all-conference selection as a junior ... averaged a double-double (15 pts., 10 reb.) as a junior ... helped team to the 4A state championship as a sophomore ... academic all-state selection ... member of National Honor Society ... high school basketball coach was Chris Robertson.


Parents are Gordy and Brenda Bohannon ... has three brothers, Jason (22), Matt (17) and Jordan (13) ... his older brother, Jason, recently graduated from and played basketball at the University of Wisconsin ... his father played football at the University of Iowa ... completed Combat Survival Training last summer ... also completed Global Engagement and the Space program ... would like to run his own business and become a coach someday ... also recruited by Wisconsin, Cornell and Albany ... hobby is reading ... favorite foods are steak and shrimp ... favorite TV show is SportsCenter ... favorite movie is Shawshank Redemption ... favorite book is The Bible ... person in history he would most like to meet is Jesus ... greatest moment in sports was winning the state championship as a sophomore in high school ... credits his parents with the greatest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 39.

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