Olympic Gold Medalist Pitcher Lori Harrigan-Mack is the Keynote Speaker
@HerdSB with program high 10 players with 3.50 GPA or better
Marshall sweeps double header over Ohio Valley
Softball's annual program continues to connect young ladies to mentors
Athletes' Find Time for Marriage Among Games, Books
2014 (Sophomore): Started 18 of her 45 games played in 2014. Batted for a .210 average with 9 RBI and 4 runs scored. Hit a home run against Nebraska-Omaha on February 15th. Reached 19 total bases and recorded 5 walks for the season. Recorded a .306 slugging percentage and .275 on-base percentage on the season. Had a single-game high 2 hits against Nebraska-Omaha on February 15th. Also recorded single-game highs for total bases (6) and RBI (4) against Nebraska-Omaha on February 15th. Ranks tied for 1st in single-season school history for best fielding percentage with a minimum of 10 chances with a perfect 1.000. Named to 2013-14 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2013 (Freshman): Started four of 18 games as a designated hitter or pinch hitter... She ended her rookie season with a .105 batting average and .263 slugging percentage...Cook earned her first hit against Miami (Ohio) on Feb. 16, and on April 10 smashed her first collegiate homer as a pinch hitter against Northern Kentucky... She received the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
High School: Played for Lincoln County High School in nearby West Hamlin, W.Va...her 2011 team won the state Class AAA High School Championship where she was named to the all-tournament team...named second team all-state the same year as she led the Panthers in hits, homeruns, and RBI...as a senior was named both first team all-conference and all-state was a member of the National Honor Society, secretary and treasurer of Bible Club and part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, while earning a 3.9 GPA.
Personal: Born March 12, 1994 to parents Keith and Bobbi Cook...mother Bobbi ran track for Marshall...has two siblings...sister Ashley (27), brother Justin (26)...cousin Brandon Thompson was a offensive lineman for Nebraska...major is communication disorders.