University of Iowa Athletics
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#24 Nate Yoho

Height 5-10
Weight 185 lbs.
Class Sr.
Hometown Des Moines, Iowa
High School Valley

Hawk Item – signed with the Milwaukee Brewers.

2005 – Played in and started 56 games… hit in the cleanup spot in every game but two… led the team with eight home runs… second with 39 runs scored, 41 RBIs, 16 stolen bases and 13 doubles… went 2-of-4 with two home runs and five RBIs against Rider (Mar. 14)… had nine multi-RBI games… had a team-high three outfield assists.

2004 – Second team all-Big Ten… only Hawkeye to start all 55 games… second in the Big Ten with 31 RBIs in conference play… set career-highs in all offensive categories… led the team in hits (33), doubles (15), home runs (4) and RBIs (48)… second on the team in slugging percentage (.446) and stolen bases (13)… led the team with 21 multi-hit games and 14 multiple RBI games… hit safely in the final 11 games of the season… hit .500 (7-for-14) with two home runs and 14 RBIs in final series with Illinois (5/21-23)… went 2-of-4 with a home run and five RBIs against Illinois (5/21)… drove in four runs and went 1-for-2 against Northern Iowa (4/14)… went 4-of-5 with three runs scored against Penn State (4/23).

2003 – appeared in 47 games… started 42 games in right field, including Iowa’s final 41… second on team in homeruns (3), runs batted in (28), walks (14) and stolen bases (10)… started all 31 conference games… batted .310 in Big Ten play… batted six-for13 in four-game series vs. Indiana (4/5-4/6)… drove in a career-high five runs and scored three times in Iowa’s 11-4 win at Illinois State (4/9)… collected a career-high four hits in five at bats and drove in three runs at Michigan State (4/27)… batted two-for-four with two runs scored and one RBI in Iowa’s 13-0 win over Long Island (3/17)… drove in six runs and scored three times in four-game series at Northwestern… batted nine-for-25 (.360) with four RBI in first of two career-high six-game hitting streaks (3/16-3/29)… batted six-for-20 (.300) with six RBI and four runs scored in second six-game hitting streak (4/5-4/11)… committed just one error in 90 chances for a .989 fielding percentage, highest among Hawkeye outfielders.

2002 – started in nine out of 24 games played… recorded seven hits, including one triple and five RBI… successful in all three stolen base attempts… only Hawkeye with perfect 1.000 fielding percentage.

High School – hit .486 with four homeruns and 16 RBI during senior season…struck out 28 batters while posting a 7-0 record with a 1.75 earned run average during junior season… hit .426 with three homeruns and 21 RBI’s as a junior.

Personal – born 12/21/82… open major.