Kevin M. Cook
Hall of Fame|
Kevin M. Cook, an attackman who graduated from Cornell in 1984, was inducted as a truly great player. Cook earned All-American honors at the high school, junior college, and university levels, and went on to win world championships with the 1990 and 1994 U.S. national teams.
He he was a first team All-American and the junior college player of the year in leading Nassau to the 1982 NJCAA Championship. He was an All-American in each of his two years at Cornell University, earning second team honors in 1983 and first team honors in 1984, and played in the 1984 North/South All-Star game.
He played 11 years in the United States 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.