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Jeremy Cook, a former member of the United States men's national field hockey team, was named head field hockey coach at Bucknell in July 2008.
Among his extensive international field hockey experience, Cook has served as a technical assistant with the U.S. men's and women's national teams. He assisted the men's team at the Olympic qualifying tournament, and the 2008 Olympics-bound women's squad at the Pan American Games, the Champions Challenge, the Chile 4-Nation Tournament and the team's Holland tour. He has also served as an assistant coach and administrative director at the Elite Performance Training Center in either the Pennsylvania/New Jersey or the Midwest Region each summer since 2005, and he has more than six years of experience coaching the U.S. Futures program in the Washington, D.C., area and at developmental camps across the country. During the summer of 2010, Cook served as the head coach of the Pennsylvania Junior Team at the USA Field Hockey High Performance Championships and led the squad to the title.
Hired as an assistant coach at Indiana University in February 2007, Cook has also had assistant coaching stints at Penn (2005-06), Drexel (2000-01), American (1999) and Cornell (1997-98).
Cook, who graduated summa cum laude from Drexel in 2002, enjoyed a stellar playing career. From 1997-2000 he was a member of Team USA. He competed in the 1999 Pan Am Games in Winnipeg and was a member of three gold medal-winning teams at the U.S. Olympic Festival. He also played on three Indoor Pan American Cup teams and on the 2003 Indoor World Cup team that competed in Leipzig, Germany. From 1995-97, Cook played on the first team with Hockey Club Rotterdam in The Netherlands.
Cook lives in Lewisburg with his wife, Sandra and son, Ryan, born in 2012.