Sports Cook Signs at Coker College

Press Release

Posted: June 27, 2013


Hannah Cook, a recent Lorain County Community College graduate, will continue her education and athletic career at Coker College in South Carolina.

Cook, who graduated from LCCC in May with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Sports and Fitness Management, and has signed a Letter of Intent to continue her education and cross country career at Coker College in South Carolina.

"My time here at LCCC will have a lasting impact on my future career and daily life,” Cook said.

Cook said she is ready for this next phase in her life, thanks to the academic and athletic experience she had at LCCC.

"The dedication and inspiration my coaches and teachers provided have helped make me the person I am today. I feel more than prepared to continue my education at Coker College and step up to the higher competition as I move from NJCAA to NCAA, with the coaching I have had throughout my two years here,” Cook said. “I am now proud to say I have made the transition from Commodore to Cobra!"

Cook, of Nova, Ohio is a Mapleton High School graduate. While at LCCC, she participated in both cross country and basketball for two years. She was a First Team NJCAA Division III All American in cross country in 2012, finishing 4th in the national meet in Delhi, New York.

“We're really proud of Hannah and excited for her as she takes the next steps in her academic and cross country careers,” said Katie Marquard, LCCC assistant athletic director. “Hannah is a wonderful representation of LCCC's student athletes.”

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