Cornell graduate Kevin Cook ’84 was recently selected as an inductee into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
At Cornell, Cook was an All-American in each of his two years and played in the 1984 North/South All-Star Game.
Before coming to Cornell, Cook attended Nassau Community Junior College. At NCC, Cook was a first team All-American and the junior college player of the year, leading Nassau to the 1982 NJCAA championship.
Cook also played 11 years in the US Club Lacrosse Association, earning All-Club honors five times and capturing two USCLA championships. He also won a Major Indoor Lacrosse League championship during his three-year MILL career.
Joining Cook as a member of the 43rd class of inductees are nine other individuals who have contributed to the sport as players, coaches, officials and administrators. This class brings the total number of men and women inducted into the Hall of Fame to 273. The 2000 class will be honored October 27 at a formal induction ceremony in Maryland.
Archived article by Kristen Haunss