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
Seawolves place second in the America East Commissioner's Cup.
Seawolves take down school, conference and national records in season for the ages
Stony Brook women's lacrosse season preview
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).