2014 Season
Named to the A-Sun All-Freshman Team ... started 47 games for the Blue and Gold in his rookie campaign … posted ETSU’s longest hit streak of the season by hitting safely in 16 straight games from 4/9-5/7 … recorded 11 multi-hit and three multi-RBI games … ranked 39th nationally with five triples … ranked second on the team in runs (39) and walks (19) … started all 47 games at third base, while also making two appearances on the mound … made collegiate debut vs. Longwood on Feb. 17, while also posting his first hit against the Lancers … had the walk-off hit in ETSU’s 6-5 win over North Florida on April 11 … belted first collegiate home run vs. Radford on April 23 … had a pair of 3-hit games – vs. Northern Kentucky (3/28) and vs. Kennesaw State (5/21).

Prior to ETSU
A multisport athlete from Dobyns-Bennett … Lettered in both football and baseball … Helped guide D-B to consecutive Big 8 Conference and Region 1-AAA titles ... Over his last two seasons, hit over .440 with 29 doubles, seven triples, 10 home runs, 100 runs scored, and 66 RBI, which led to the two-way player receiving back-to-back first team all-conference accolades ... In 2012, Cook was named the District 1-AAA Most Valuable Player as he led D-B to the district tournament title ... As a pitcher, the 6-foot, 1-inch, 185-pound right-hander went 6-3 with a 2.35 ERA for the Tribe.

Born Aug. 31, 1994 … Son of Donnie and Sandra Cook … has yet to declare a major … Father Donnie was inducted into the ETSU Hall of Fame back in 2002 as he was an All-American football player for the Bucs from 1979-82.