|High School:||Archbishop Curley|
2012: Returns to the Green and White for his junior season ... has the ability to score and create scoring opportunities, making him a threat on the offensive end ... has great skill in the
midfield ... can shoot well out of the dodge ... will also help York by being an option for face-offs.
2011: Played in all 16 contests and started six for the Spartans during his sophomore campaign ... scored three goals and had one assist ... recorded his first goal and lone assist for the season on February 19 against Virginia Wesleyan ... collected 29 ground balls and caused three turnovers.
2010: Appeared in 13 games for the Spartans during his freshman campaign ... scored four goals and dished out three assists totaling seven points ... first collegiate goals came against then-#4 Roanoake in just his first game with the Green and White on February 13 ... collected ten ground balls and caused one turnover.
Personal: Is a business finance major ... son of Joe and Gail Cooke ... born on February 27, 1991 ... played for Blackhawks and Griffins on the club level ... names his parents as the people he most admires ... hobbies include playing Xbox ... his favorite athlete is Ed Reed ... chose York because of the size, location, lacrosse, and the variety of majors offered ... most memorble athletic moment while at York was making the Capital Athletic Conference tournament in 2010.