NJCAA Men's Coaches Assoc. to Induct Seven into Hall of Fame

Rosier finished his career in pro ball with the New Jersey Pride of the Major Lacrosse League.

His distinguished record has earned him a place in the NJCAA Hall of Fame.

Ed Cook
He might have been small in size at 5-6, 140 pounds but this Levittown Division graduate played with the heart and toughness of a Lion. He was a complete player. An excellent dodger, a fine feeder and a tenacious rider. According to former Nassau Community College coach Rich Speckmann, Cook was truly a complete attackman, adept at every phase of the game.

Like his older brother Kevin, Ed Cook went on to be an all-Ivy and all-American attackman at Cornell.

During his two years at Nassau, Cook was the leading scorer on both the 1983 and 1984 national championship teams and was twice named to the junior college all-American team.

He continued his outstanding play at Cornell, leading the 1986 Big Red squad in scoring with 26 goals, assists with 16 and points with 42. His performance was good enough to earn first-team all-Ivy League honors and to be selected to the Division I all-American team.

For more information on the NJCAA Lacrosse Championships and the Hall of Fame inductions, visit the tournament web site.

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2014-05-07



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