Honors & Awards:
-All-CAA Second Team Singles (2012)
-All-CAA Second Team Doubles (2012)
-CAA Player of the Week (Mar. 7, 2012)
-All-CAA Second Team Singles (2011)
-All-CAA Third Team Doubles (2011)
-CAA Doubles Team of the Week (Feb. 15, 2011)
Cook In the News:
3/9/12-GWINNETT GRADS: Cook picked for league award
3/3/12-GWINNETT GRADS: Cook finishes Georgia State rally
4/20/11-Thomas Cook: The Young and The Restless (We Are The CAA)
Fall 2012: Paired with Lucas Santa Ana to win the Division II doubles title at the Winthrop Invitational in November ... Advanced to the consolation final of the Division I singles draw at the Winthrop Invitational ... Notched two victories in the tournament, a 6-2, 6-2 win vs. Gardner-Webb's Nikita Zverkov and a 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 win against Winthrop's Yuta Hirokawa.
Spring 2012: Named All-CAA Second Team Singles after he finished the season with a 17-7 record ... Also was an All-CAA Second Team Doubles honoree with Matias Hatem after the two earned a 6-5 record playing in the No. 1 position ... Named the CAA Player of the Week on Mar. 7 after fighting off three match points to clinch a 4-3 win at SC State ... Won 13 straight singles matches from Feb. 19 to Mar. 31 ... Clinched a 7-0 victory vs. Georgia Southwestern State on Mar. 4 ... Posted a 10-1 mark when playing in the No. 3 singles spot.
Fall 2011: Notched a 5-6 singles record during the fall season ... Teamed with Victor Valente to knock off the No. 22-ranked doubles team in the nation at the Southern Intercollegiate on Sept. 23 ... Cook and Valente beat Minnesota's Rok Bonin and Julian Dehn 9-8(11) in the second round of the Division I doubles bracket ... It was the highest-ranked doubles opponent GSU has beaten in school history ... Earned two singles victories at the Bulldog Scramble from Nov. 4-6 over opponents from Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt ... Posted a 4-5 doubles mark with Valente in the fall.
Spring 2011: Posted a 16-8 record in singles and was named All-CAA Second Team in singles and All-CAA Third Team in doubles...Started the season by winning his first four matches, including two third-set super tiebreakers against Mercer and Georgia Southern...Won four-straight matches again from Feb. 12-19...He went 10-4 in the month of February...Earned a win against All-CAA First Team member Michael Pereira, 7-5, 6-3, at No. 2 singles in the CAA championships...Cook partnered with Juan Pablo Gutierrez, Gabe Townes, Vincent Verpeaux and Victor Valente to earn a 12-14 mark in doubles...Cook and Valente were named CAA doubles team of the week after winning seven-straight matches from Feb. 12-23...Earned a win against Delaware's Troy Beneck and Andre Vorobyov, 8-3, in the quarterfinals of the CAA championships.
Fall 2010: Recorded a 7-7 mark during his fall campaign ... Defeated Alberto Rojas (Elon), 7-5, 6-3 and Michael Thompson (Alabama), 6-3, 6-2 at the Southern Intercollegiates ... Defeated Henry Walker (USC), 6-3, 6-2 at the UNCW College Tennis Invitational ... Earned victories against Garrett Brasseaux (UGA), 5-7, 7-6(4), 6-3 and Will Reynolds (UGA), 6-4, 6-1 at Bulldog Scramble ... Defeated James Morrell (Lipscomb), 6-1, 6-0 and Joe McArdle (Lipscomb), 6-3, 6-2 at the GT Invitational ... Played doubles with Juan Pablo Gutierrez, Victor Valente, Trenton Spinks ... Cook and Spinks defeated David Masciorini/Mario Martinez (ECU), 8-4 at the UNCW Collegiate Tennis Invitational.
Prep: Cook, from the David Mathews Tennis Academy, was a four-star recruit according to Tennis Recruiting.net ... Was honored by being named the No. 1 ranked player in Georgia and No. 14 in the Southeast ... Played in 12 tournaments earning a 28-12 overall record ... Earned an impressive 11-1 record over number-four star recruits ... Includes straight-set wins over the No. 2 and No. 3-ranked players in Louisiana.
Personal: Thomas Allen Cook II was born on July 2, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga. ... Son of Thomas and Stacy Cook ... Has two brothers Travis (28), Sean Cotter (23) and two sisters Taryn (33), Tenise (31) ... Enjoys sports, video games ... Favorite athletes are Lance Armstrong and Roger Federer ... Majoring in exercise science.