Award annually honors the top player in women's lacrosse
Seawolves freshman accounted for 62 percent of the team's points in season-opening win over Bucknell
Take a look back at the week that was in Stony Brook Athletics.
Cook helped Stony Brook women's lacrosse rewrite the record books during her stellar two-year career
Stony Brook's all-time leading goal scorer to play for first-ever elite post collegiate women's lacrosse team
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2013: 2013 Tewaaraton nominee, the first-ever for Stony Brook...IWLCA Third-Team All-American...WomensLAX.com All-American...Synapse Sports Third-Team All-American...First-Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region...America East Player of the Year...All-America East First-Team...America East All-Tournament team...team captain...featured in the Feb. 2013 issue of Lacrosse magazine...started all 20 games...ranked first nationally and broke her own single-season school record with 90 goals scored on her way to becoming SBU's first NCAA goals champion...NCAA Champion in Goals per Game (4.50)..recorded a single-season program record for draw controls with 96 and ranked 12th nationally in draws per contest (4.80)...finished second all-time in SBU single-season history with 96 points...finished fifth nationally in total points and eighth nationally in points per game (4.8)...scooped up a team-high 42 ground balls, the eighth-most for a Seawolf in a single season...caused a team-high 28 turnovers...posted a game-high seven goals, won three draw controls and caused one turnover at Bucknell (2/16)...scored two goals and controlled two draws at Florida (2/20)...tallied game-highs of six goals, seven controlled draws and three caused turnovers and picked up three ground balls to lead SBU past Central Connecticut (2/27)...scored five goals, dished out one assist, controlled three draws and scooped up two ground balls at Duquesne (3/7)...tallied game-highs of six goals and five controlled draws in win vs. Longwood (3/9)...scored three goals, controlled four draws and caused one turnover at Marist (3/13)...controlled two draws vs. Maryland (3/17)...netted seven goals, controlled eight draws, caused two turnovers and scooped up two ground balls vs. Iona (3/20)...tallied five goals, four draw controls, two caused turnovers and two ground balls at Vermont (3/23)...posted six goals, five draw controls, one caused turnover and one groundball at Siena (3/24)...named America East Offensive Player of the Week (3/25)...recorded seven goals, six draw controls and two caused turnovers vs. Fresno State (3/26)...scored a hat trick, dished out two assists, controlled two draws, caused two turnovers and picked up three ground balls vs. Albany (3/30)...America East Offensive Player of the Week (4/1)...notched three goals, two assists, four draw controls, two caused turnovers and three ground balls at UMBC (4/6)...led all goal scorers with five goals while also notching a game-best six draw controls and three ground balls at UNH (4/13)...netted four goals and one assist, breaking the single-season school record for goals for the second consecutive year while also controlling nine draws (seventh-most in SBU single-game history) and causing a game-high three turnoversas Stony Brook clinched the top-seed in the conference championship and a share of the regular season title vs. BU (4/21)...recorded seven goals, seven draw controls, four ground balls and two caused turnoversas SBU secured outright regular season title vs. Binghamton (4/27)...netted a tournament single-game record seven goals and broke the all-time SBU scoring record with the 151st of her career vs. Vermont in the America East Semifinals (5/3)...posted three goals, five draw controls, one ground ball and one caused turnover as Stony Brook won its first-ever America East title and punched its first ticket to the NCAA Tournament (5/5)...netted two goals while picking up five ground balls, controlling three draws and causing three turnoversin a win vs. Towson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (5/10)...netted two goals, controlled two draws and had one ground ball at No. 1/1 Maryland in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (5/12).
2012: Scored a game high six goals and had four ground ballsvs. Colgate (2/11)...scored three goals, had two assists, two ground balls, three draws controlled and a caused turnover vs. Manhattan (2/15)...scored four goals, had one ground ball and controlled two drawsvs. Central Connecticut (2/19)...Scored nine goals off 10 shots on goal. Also added a ground ball, three controlled draws and a caused turnovers. Monmouth (2/26)...Scored three goals, had four ground balls, a caused turnover vs. Johns Hopkins (3/3)...Scored two goals, had four ground balls, controlled a draw and caused a turnover vs. Duke (3/5)...Scored two goals, one ground ball and three controlled draws vs. Florida (3/14)...Had four shots, one ground ball, two controlled draws and two caused turnovers vs. Maryland (3/20)...Scored four goals, one ground ball and four controlled draws vs. Marist (3/24)...Scored five goals, one ground ball, controlled two draws and caused three turnovers vs. Iona (3/27)...Scored six goals, two assists, four ground balls, controlled four draws and caused two turnovers vs. Binghamton (3/31)...Scored a goal, had two assists and controlled five draws vs. UNBC (4/4)...Scored six goals, had a ground ball, controlled 10 draws and caused a turnover vs. Vermont (4/7)...Scored four off five shots vs. Yale (4/11)...Scored two goals and controlled four draws vs. Boston University (4/14)
Before SBU: Played two seasons at Adelphi...scored 45 goals and 12 assists in 2011...scored 52 goals and 11 assists in 2010.
Honors and Awards: A 2011 ECAC Division II All-Star ... named to the All-NE-10 First-Team (2011)...named to the All-Tournament team at the NCAA Final Four (2011)...named a IWLCA First-Team All-Region selection (2011)...received Synapse and IWLCA First-Team All-American honors and named Midfielder of the Year (2011)...NE-10 Rookie of the Year (2010)...named to the All-NE-10 First-Team (2010)...NE-10 Rookie of the Week (4/26)...IWLCA First-Team All-North Region (2010)...IWLCA First-Team All-American (2010)...IWLCA Midfielder of the Year (2010)...ECAC Division II Women's Lacrosse Rookie of the Year and First-Team All-Star (2010)...IWLCA Midfielder of the Year (2010).