2002 Bulldog Baseball Player Information

#20 Roger Cook
JR, 6-0, 200
Hometown: Jackson, Tenn.
Previous School: Univ. School of Jackson

Selected as a second team All-Conference performer…led the Bulldogs with 17 doubles and 10 homeruns…Union’s most productive hitter who gives pop in the middle of the lineup…can catch or play first base…saw time at first last season and at the designated hitter spot…prepped at University School of Jackson where he was a three-sport athlete in baseball, football and golf...helped guide the Bruins to a 1999 State Championship title...earned honors such as All-Region, All-District and All-State...batted .460 his senior season with 16 homeruns and 70 RBI...his junior season he batted .444 with nine homeruns and 72 RBI.

Related News Release(s)
  • 4/14/2004 - Union’s Roger Cook Named Golf All-Conference
  • 6/27/2003 - Former Union Catcher Signs with Independent team
  • 5/7/2003 - Cook Named to NAIA All-Region Baseball Team
  • 4/29/2003 - Union Has Eight Honored with TranSouth Postseason Awards
  • 4/1/2003 - Union to Battle Diamond Jaxx in Exhibition Game
  • 3/29/2003 - Cook Sets New Union Record for Doubles in a Career
  • 6/3/2002 - Union Places Four Players on Baseball All-America List
  • 5/4/2002 - Union Baseball Wins TranSouth Tournament;
    Wyatt, Rushing Receive Honors
  • 4/16/2002 - Union’s Cook Named TranSouth Player of the Week
  • 4/11/2002 - Union Baseball Ranked No. 4 in NAIA Poll
 

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