|High School:||North Harford|
2011: Begins his final year in the Green and White as a critical part of the Spartan line up . . . is a hard-nosed and dedicated player that will likely hit in the heart of the Spartan line up this year . . . is a solid defensive player that will likely be the Spartans’ third baseman . . . is a career .328 hitter with 105 runs scored, 50 RBI, 18 doubles, and two triples . . . owns a career .403 on-base percentage in 115 career games.
2010: Played in and started all 44 games for the Spartans during the year . . . hit .342 with 46 runs scored, 22 RBI, 10 doubles and a pair of triples . . . stole six bases while he also had seven sacrifice hits . . . had a .430 on-base percentage and a .429 slugging percentage . . . had a career-high six hits in the April 17 win over Wesley . . . tied a career-high with two doubles on April 7 at Salisbury and on March 18 at Gettysburg . . . established a new career-high with seven total bases in the win over Wesley . . . had at least one hit in 33 games while he had multiple hits in 14 contests . . . had a career-high two stolen bases in the February 28 game against Rhodes.
2009: Played in 35 games including 34 starts before suffering a broken arm that cost him the remainder of the year . . . was a second-team All-Capital Athletic Conference performer as he hit .376 with 37 runs scored, 17 RBI, seven doubles, and four stolen bases . . . established a career-high with two doubles at Franklin & Marshall on April 22 . . . had at least one hit in 26 games including 14 multi-hit games . . . banged out a season-high four hits on March 31 against Lebanon Valley and then did it again four days later when he was 4-for-4 with two runs scored against Wesley . . . scored multiple runs in nine games while he had multiple RBIs in three contests.
2008: Played in 37 games, earning a start in 30 of those contests . . . hit .248 with 22 runs scored and 11 RBI in 101 at-bats . . . had a career-high four RBI and a career-high six runs scored in the March 12 win at Gallaudet . . . saw action at three positions as he played 23 games at shortstop, 12 games at second and two games at third base . . . had a .336 on-base percentage as he had 12 walks and two hit-by-pitches while he struck out nine times.
Personal: Is the son of Bob and Robin Cook . . . is a Marketing major with a minor in Advertising . . . lists Baltimore Raven quarterback Joe Flacco as his favorite athletes while his mother Robin is the person he most admires.