Wisconsin Lutheran College alumnus Trey Cochran is in his fourth season as cornerbacks coach for the Warriors football team.
Cochran helped coach a Warriors secondary that intercepted six passes and made 35 pass break-ups with 41 passes defended. One of Cochran's corners, Emil Johnson, received postseason recognition from the NACC a season ago, as he was named Second Team All-NACC.
Cochran was a cornerback for the Warriors from 2008-2011 and recorded 99 tackles, three interceptions, and 16 pass break-ups in his career. He received NACC Honorable Mention recognition as a senior, after recording 38 tackles and leading Wisconsin Lutheran with nine pass break-ups.
Cochran graduated from WLC in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in business administration. He received a Master of Arts degree in leadership and innovation in 2015 from WLC, where is a senior enrollment advisor and recruiting coach.
Cochran was raised in Bay City, Michigan, and was a two-year letterwinner on the football team at Bay City Central High School. Today, he resides in Milwaukee with his wife, Michelle.