Mulku Kalokoh
    Mulku Kalokoh


    Woodbridge, Va.

    High School:

    Last College:
    Coffeyville Community College

    Height / Weight:
    5-10 / 193





    Running back Mulku Kalokoh says "just call me Mook"


    Salukis blank WIU, 35-0, in season finale

    It was SIU's first home shutout win against a conference opponent since 1985 and its second shutout victory of the year.


    Western Illinois Game Notes

    Salukis hold Leathernecks to fewer than 20 yards rushing for second time in last three matchups


    Salukis ready for season finale vs. Western Illinois

    Black Out Cancer game raised more than $45,000 for cancer research


    Salukis ready for season finale vs. Western Illinois

    Black Out Cancer game raised more than $45,000 for cancer research

    2012 (Senior)
    2012 Game-by-Game
    Played in all 11 games...Blocked two punts, including one at Youngstown State that was recovered for a touchdown...Earned MVFC Special Teams Player of the Week at Youngstown State after blocking a punt, returning one punt for 20 yards and returning four kickoffs for a total of 65 yards...Rushed for 131 yards on 34 carries...Caught five passes for 34 yards...Caught a 12-yard touchdown pass at Missouri State...Recorded a career high 39 yards rushing at Missouri State...Set career highs in kickoff returns (5) and kickoff return yards (64) against South Dakota State.

    2011 (Junior)
    Had 30 yards on nine carries and 15 yards on two receptions in his first season as a Saluki...Returned kickoffs in tandem with Steve Strother, handling 16 kickoffs for 315 yards (19.7 per kick).

    Prior to SIU
    Rushed for 1,197 yards and 18 touchdowns in two seasons at Coffeyville Community College...Was an All-KJCCC honorable mention selection in 2010...Also returned kickoffs and punts for the Ravens...Caught 89 passes in two seasons for 798 yards and four touchdowns.

    High School
    Two-time All-District running back and garnered All-State and All-Metro accolades as a senior...Led the Woodbridge Panthers to the state championship game as a senior and a 13-1 record...Rushed for 1,456 yards and 28 touchdowns in 2008...Also played basketball for four years and was an All-District selection as a senior.

    Born in Woodbridge, Va., on Aug. 27, 1989...Son of Marie Kamara...Has two brothers, Abdul and Alpha, and one sister, Assiutu...History major.

    Pronunciation:Moo-Koo Kuh-low-koh.

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