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 along with Steven Irvin and Eric Mochalski, in Brazil in August ... 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 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 is a setter on the Stanford women's volleyball team ... has a younger brother, Kobi.