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#10 Brian Cook
Position: Outside Hitter
Height: 6'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Santa Cruz, Calif.
High School: Soquel
Major: Science, Technology & Society
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As a Senior in 2014 | Match-By-Match Statistics

  • AVCA First-Team All-American
  • Volleyball Magazine First Team All-American
  • All-MPSF First Team
  • NCAA All-Tournament Team
  • MPSF All-Tournament Team
  • Biff Hoffman Award winner for Outstanding Male Senior at Stanford Athletic Board Awards
  • Played in 125 sets, starting all 33 matches
  • Averaged a team-best 3.81 kills per set, ranking seventh in the MPSF and 13th nationally
  • Ranked eighth in the MPSF in points per set (4.30) and 17th nationally
  • Ranked 10th in the MPSF with a .351 hitting percentage and 22nd nationally
  • Recorded six double-doubles, and led the team in kills 24 times
  • Registered a season-high 21 kills on three occasions
  • No. 3 in career kills in the rally-scoring era (1439) and eighth overall
  • No. 5 in career kills per set in the rally-scoring era (3.48)
  • No. 5 in career blocks in the rally-scoring era (276)
  • No. 4 in career sets played in the rally-scoring (414)
  • No. 5 in single season kills in the rally-scoring era (476)
  • MPSF All-Academic Team

As a Junior in 2013 | Match-By-Match Statistics

  • Named first-team All-American by the AVCA and Volleyball Magazine 
  • Named to the All-MPS First Team 
  • Received the Block "S" Outstanding Male Junior Award at the Stanford Athletic Board awards 
  • Fourth in the NCAA and MPSF in kills per set (4.01), fifth in the MPSF and sixth in the NCAA in points per set (4.57) 
  • Moved up to No. 6 in Stanford career kills in rally-scoring era (963) and No. 10 in career digs (384) 
  • His 417 kills were ninth-most at Stanford in rally-scoring era 
  • Twice had four aces, against Pepperdine and USC, which is No. 5 in a match in the rally-scoring era
  • Had match-high 24 kills in a dramatic five-set comeback victory against Pacific (Jan. 12) 
  • Posted 24 kills again, with five in the fifth set in a thrilling five-set win against Pepperdine (March 2) 
  • Was at or above 20 kills in six of the 28 matches
  • Named to the MPSF All-Academic team

As a Sophomore in 2012

  • Named to the All-MPSF second team 
  • Became more consistent after a good freshman season 
  • Had 20 kills, a .390 hitting percentage, 7 digs, and 3 blocks in Stanford's four-set victory at No. 1 BYU (Feb. 3) 
  • Second on team in kills (367) and points (414) 
  • Had career-high 26 kills, with a .450 hitting percentage in a four-set victory at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 11)
  • Had nine consecutive matches with double-figure kills, from Jan. 28-Feb. 25

As a Freshman in 2011

  • Played in 24 matches, making 22 starts 
  • His 179 kills was the third-best on the team 
  • Posted a .591 attack percentage at UC Irvine (March 4), the highest single-game mark for the team on the season 
  • Had double-digit kills in eight matches, reaching the 14-kill mark twice 
  • Had a momentum-changing block in the fourth set against UCLA (Feb. 25), sparking a 7-2 run that won the set and match

International

  • Played for the United States at the FIVB Junior World Championships in Brazil along with Steven Irvin and Eric Mochalski
  • Team placed fourth, the best-ever for the U.S. in the tournament 
  • Totaled 13 kills in the tournament 
  • Played for the U.S. team that captured the NORCECA Junior Continental championship in Quebec, Canada, in August, 2010, a qualifier for the Junior Worlds

High School/Club

  • A 2010 graduate of Soquel (Calif.) High School 
  • Played for Bay to Bay Volleyball Club, which became the first team to go undefeated in every NorCal Volleyball Association tournament, in 2010 
  • Named to the All-Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League first team in 2008 and 2009 
  • Was the SCCAL's player of the year for his class as a freshman, sophomore, and junior at Soquel 
  • Missed senior season because of injury 
  • Lettered three years for the Knights
  • Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection 
  • Ranked No. 8 among Top 25 recruits by ESPN Rise in 2010
  • Selected to the 2009 USA Youth A2 Camp and played for the USA Youth Red team at the 2009 High Performance Championships 
  • Earned his AAA rating in beach volleyball during the summer of 2009

Personal

  • Son of David Cook and Susan Cook-Loustalot 
  • Sister Karissa was a setter on the Stanford women's volleyball team and played sand volleyball at Hawai'i 
  • Has a younger brother, Kobi

Career Statistics

 Year

 MP-MS

 SP

 K

 E

 TA 

 PCT

 A

 SA

 DIG

 BLK

 2011

 24-22

 80

 179

 69

 406

 .271

 6

 7

 72

 51

 2012

 28-26

 105

 367

 128

 777

 .308

 12

 10

 164

 88

 2013

 28-27

 104

 417

 155

 929

 .282

 35

 22

 148

 62

 2014

 33-33

 125

 476

 128

 992

 .351

 59

 19

 208

 75

 Totals

113-108

 414

 1,439

 480

 3,104

 .309

 112

 58

 592

 276

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