Six Players Score in Double Figures to Lead Blue Jays
Katie Clark Records Career-Best 13 Rebounds in Final Game as a Blue Jay
Blue Jays Stay Alive in Centennial Playoff Picture
Hopkins' Four Seniors Combine for 35 points and 20 Rebounds in Victory
Hopkins Holds the Terror Scoreless in First Quarter, But Can't Complete Upset Bid
2016-17: Appeared in nine games for Hopkins • recorded 56 points, 33 rebounds and seven blocks on the season • scored 13 points and grabbed nine rebounds against Trinity (11/18).
2015-16: Played in all 25 games, making 19 starts • finished as the second-leading scorer for the Blue Jays with 187 points on a team-high 83 field goals • led Johns Hopkins with a .426 field goal percentage and 36 blocks • scored a career-high 16 points at Swarthmore (1/30) and in the final game at Washington College (2/20) • scored in double-digits seven times on the season • pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds at Dickinson (1/20) • was the team leader in points for five games and rebounds for five games on the season.
2014-15: Appeared in 24 games off the bench for the Blue Jays • tallied career-high eight points and snagged six rebounds in win over Bryn Mawr (12/8) • added six points in 12 minutes against Caltech (12/30).
2013-14: Appeared in 25 games while making one start • made collegiate debut against Salisbury (11/16) • posted a career-high in points (6) twice against Washington & Jefferson (11/17) and Bryn Mawr (2/8) • notched first career start against Ursinus (11/23) • had a career-high 7 rebounds against Bryn Mawr (2/8).
High School: A South Piedmont Conference First Team selection as a senior • Named to the South Piedmont Conference All-Tournament team in 2013 • Finished career with 872 points, 892 rebounds, 317 blocks, and 341 career assists • Played club with the Phoenix Select North Carolina 16U and Flight North Carolina 17U squads • National Beta Club Society Award winner.
Personal: Rachel Cook • daughter of David and April Cook • certified as a scuba diver • had an internship in neuropsychoimmunology • majoring in writing seminars, philosophy with a minor in marketing and communications.