Blue Jay End Season with 14-4 Record
Blue Jays and Nittany Lions to Meet in NCAA First Round
Blue Jays travel to Fourth-Ranked Blue Devils on Sunday
Blue Jays Rally From Three-Goal Deficit, Schweizer Scores Game-Winner
Blue Jays Visit the Tigers on their Senior Day
2015: Started all 18 games and totaled 17 goals, 17 assists and 34 points • ranked third on the team in points and second in assists • scored three goals and totaled four points in win over George Washington • scored twice in win over American • totaled two points (1g, 1a) in win at Hofstra • scored and handed out a career-best five assists in win at Furman • tallied an assist in win over Georgetown • scored in win over Vanderbilt • handed out three assists in win over UC Davis • totaled three points (2g, 1a) in win at UMBC • scored in win over seventh-ranked Stony Brook • totaled three points (1g, 2a), including 100th of career, in win at Bucknell • scored and added an assist in loss to top-ranked Maryland • scored twice and assisted on two more to go with two draws and two ground balls in win over Rutgers • scored with two ground balls in overtime win at Towson • 12-game point-streak was snapped in win at #4 Duke • scored and grabbed two draws in loss to #7 Penn State in NCAA Tournament.
2014: Started all 20 games and totaled 33 goals, seven assists, 20 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers • scored a career-high five goals and seven points in season-opening win over Marquette • also caused a career-high three turnovers, grabbed two ground balls and went 2-of-2 on free position versus the Golden Eagles • picked up a pair of ground balls in win at Mount St. Mary’s • scored twice in win over Bucknell • scooped up two ground balls and caused a turnover in win over #5 Loyola • scored a pair of goals and controlled two draws in win over American • scored twice in win over #11 Towson • scored four goals and handed out an assist in win at George Washington • scored a pair of free position goals in win over Boston University • tied career high with five goals in win over Michigan • scored two goals overtime win at #13 Georgetown • handed out an assist and grabbed two ground balls in loss at Vanderbilt • scored and dished an assist in loss to #4 Florida • scored in win at #3 Northwestern • scored and handed out an assist to go with two ground balls in loss at #12 Penn State • scored and scooped three ground balls in win at Old Dominion • scored on free position, dished an assist and picked up two ground balls in win over #10 Ohio State • scored twice in ALC Quarterfinal win over #7 Penn State and in ALC Semifinal loss to #3 Florida.
2013: Started all 17 games in first season at JHU • finished with 23 goals, 12 assists, 15 ground balls and seven caused turnovers • finished third on the team in assists and fifth in goals and points • scored twice with an assist in debut versus Old Dominion • followed with back-to-back hat tricks in wins over Mount St. Mary’s and Bucknell • scored a pair of goals to go with an assist in upset win at #7 Loyola • tallied three points (2g, 1a) and two ground balls in win over George Washington • handed out two helpers in win at Towson • scored in loss at Princeton • notched a hat trick, an assist and two caused turnovers in overtime loss at American • scored and grabbed two ground balls in win over Vanderbilt • scored with three ground balls in upset win at #11 Virginia • scored in win over UMBC • scored, handed out a career-high four assists and caused two turnovers in loss to #6 Penn State • scored in win at Ohio State in regular season finale • scored a pair of goals in ALC Tournament loss to Ohio State.
Personal: Jennifer B. Cook • daughter of Taylor and Maureen Cook • father played lacrosse at Washington College • uncles Jeff and Craig Cook played lacrosse at Johns Hopkins • uncle, Jeff, is a member of the Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame • led team to a 56-1 record and three straight IAAM Championships • played basketball as a freshman • played soccer as a senior and helped team to IAAM Championship • named All-American by US Lacrosse and Under Armour in 2011 • member of US U-19 team that won gold at the 2011 U-19 World Championship in Germany • majoring in psychology with a minor in entrepreneurship & management.