2008 - Senior: Had shots in five seperate games this season Notched first goal of game against Iowa State Recorded assist on game winning goal against Michigan State Tallied two shots on goal against Ohio State Started first game against Purdue Recorded two shots in NCAA Tournament game against North Carolina.
2007 - Junior: Saw time in 12 matches racking up 225 minutes Scored her first goal of the season against Wisconsin Tallied one assist and fired one shot on goal against Iowa.
2006 - Sophomore: Did not play during the fall, but did participate during the spring season.
2005 - Freshman: Played in 20 matches, racking up 460 minutes Scored the golden goal in a 2-1 overtime victory against Ohio State Scored second career goal against Iowa Played 40 minutes and had a shot on goal against No. 2 Penn State Averaged 39.5 minutes off the bench in six matches from Sept. 18-Oct. 9, including five Big Ten matches.
High school/club: National pool member 2001 Region I team member 2004, 2002 and 2001 Eastern New York ODP team member 2000-2005 2004 Regional champion Regional finalist 2003, 2005 Four-time State Cup Champion 2002 named one of The Journal News "Top 10 Rising Stars" 2002 All-Section and All-League teams Member of the World Class U-18 2003 New Jersey State Championship team 2003 Regional Tournament semifinalist team Member of the World Class U18 2002 Orange Classic Millennium Flight Championship team Washington Lady Storm State Cup finalist Also lettered in tennis and track Coached by Kazbek Tambi.
Personal: Born June 15, 1987 Daughter of Hal Cooke and Adrienne Collier Soccer trainer for the Mamaroneck U12 girls' travel team Volunteered at the Mamaroneck Tiger summer camp Organized high school dances and member of SafeRides Was a member of VAASA (Varsity Athletes Against Substance Abuse) in high school Red Cross Certified Lifeguard Participated in the Original Science Research Project, doing a four-year project on stem cell research and ACL injuries in female soccer players Majoring in speech communication.
Getting to Know Charlotte: Nickname: Char Favorite TV show: The Simpsons Favorite athlete: Serena Williams Favorite quote: "A champion is someone bent over, drenched in sweat at the point of exhaustion when no one else is looking" Favorite restaurant: Anywhere with good soup.
Coach Rayfield on Cooke: "Charlotte has shown she can be dangerous, and she has shown she can score goals. This season, as we look to fill the shoes and the goal-scoring from the previous senior class, we need Charlotte to do both of those things consistently. Her physical and psychological stamina will be critical elements in making that happen. Charlotte has developed a tactical understanding that she now has to translate to decisions on the field and she could have a breakout senior campaign."
COOKE'S CAREER STATISTICS