Blue Jay Jersey Countdown - #10

 
<b>Jeff Cook</b> was the first Johns Hopkins player with more than 125 goals and 90 assists.
 
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Jan. 29, 2013

 Blue Jay Jersey Countdown - #10 

As we countdown to ’13, a season Blue Jay faithful hope will end with a 10 on the 27th, HopkinsSports.com offers its own countdown … by jersey number … to the season-opener against Siena on February 8.

Today - #10

Did You Know: Three Johns Hopkins players wearing #10 have earned First Team All-America honors. Each of the three – Mickey Webster, Charlie Coker, Jeff Cook – has earned the honor at least twice.

Player Spotlight – Mickey Webster
Mickey Webster earned First Team All-America honors three times (1957-59)… or all three seasons he was eligible as freshmen could not compete in varsity athletics during his career. He was inducted into the Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1978 and is a member of the All-Time Johns Hopkins Team.

Webster became the first player in school history to amass more than 100 career assists (105) and he finished his career ranked second in school history in career points (147). He still holds JHU records for assists in a game (9), and season (52) and assists per game in a season (5.2) and career (3.75).

Webster helped the Blue Jays to a 24-3-1 record and the 1957 and 1959 USILA National Championships. Johns Hopkins lost just one game to a collegiate opponent during Webster’s career and the two national championships were the first two for Hall of Fame head coach Bob Scott.

Other Notable “10s” in JHU Lacrosse History
Charlie Coker – Coker earned First Team All-America honors as a junior and senior after grabbing honorable mention honors as a sophomore. He totaled 53 goals and 21 assists during his career and helped JHU to three straight USILA National Championships. Coker is a member of the All-Time Johns Hopkins Team and the Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame.


 

 

Jeff Cook – Cook earned All-America honors three times, including first team honors as a junior and senior. He helped Johns Hopkins to the 1979 and 1980 NCAA Championships and runner-up finishes in 1981 & 1982. He finished his career with 128 goals and 91 assists for 219 points. The first player in school history with more than 125 goals and 90 assists, Cook twice earned the Turnbull Award as the nation’s top attackman and grabbed the Enners Award as the nation’s top player as a junior.

Steven Boyle – Boyle was a freshman starter on attack on the 2007 NCAA Championship team. A three-time All-American, he finished his career with 95 goals and 69 assists.

Famous “10s” in Other Sports

Andre Dawson (MLB)
Mark Johnson (1980 Olympic Hockey Team • NHL)
Chipper Jones (MLB)
Guy LaFleur (NHL)
Eli Manning (NFL)
Pele (Soccer)
Frank Tarkenton (NFL)

Note: Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse rosters are generally available back to 1950. In many years after 1950, only an alphabetical list is available. The Blue Jay Jersey Countdown is intended to be an enjoyable way to count down to the 2013 season. It is not intended to rank in any way the players who wore a particular number.

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