Jessica Cook
Jessica Cook


Laurinburg, N.C.

High School:


Fall 2010: Booked a singles record of 4-3 during individual tourney play ... Only experienced action in five double matches, logging a 2-3 mark with Audrey LePottier. 2009-10: Competed as East Carolina's No. 1 singles player for the majority of the season ... Won nine of 17 matches (9-8) at the top spot, while recording a 4-4 record at No. 2 to open the season for a combined 13-12 overall mark ... Moved to the No. 1 slot Feb. 23 and won three of her first five matches ... Participated in a program-high 10 three-set matches, winning eight straight to open the season (8-2) ... Played with three different doubles partners for a 15-9 record, but primarily teamed with LePottier at No. 1 (13-9) for most of the season ... Also paired with Kristin Gordon (1-0) and Yilian Zhang (1-0) at No. 3 and No. 1, respectively ... Bounced back from a 2-4 doubles start to tally victories in 12 of the next 14 matches (from Feb. 20 to April 12) ... Experienced action in just two overall matches during the fall, which occurred at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Regional Championships in Winston-Salem ... Fell in the opening round of both singles and doubles (LePottier) events. 2008-09: Served as the Lady Pirates' No. 1 player during spring dual match play and posted a 10-9 mark ... Added a lone triumph at the No. 2 position late in the season to compile an 11-9 overall ledger ... Opened campaign by winning six of the first eight singles matches ... In doubles action, was 7-6 when paired with Varinia Soler as ECU's primary No. 1 tandem ... Also worked with Gordon (2-0) and Natalie Collins (2-3) for an overall mark of 11-9 ... Won four of first six and four of last five doubles matchups ... Logged a 6-5 singles record during tourney play in the fall ... Success was highlighted by a 3-1 mark at the Virginia Tech Invitational to earn a flight consolation title ... Teamed with Soler (2-1) and Brooke Walter (2-4) for a combined 4-5 doubles slate ... Wins in two of three matches at VT Invitational enabled consolation championship with Soler. 2007-08: In all, posted a 13-14 singles record during initial year in Lady Pirate program ... Thrown into the fire early, splitting 18 spring dual matches (9-9) playing solely at the No. 1 position ... Captured only regular season matchup with a 5-7, 7-6, 1-0 victory over UAB's Evelien Strijker March 13 ... Won three of the first five matches before closing campaign strong with four triumphs in the last five outings ... Produced an overall 12-6 doubles record, but won six of nine (6-3) matches during the spring with four different partners - Mireira Gol (2-1), Luiza Borges (2-1), Tamara Sachs (1-1) and Walter (1-0) ... Played all three positions, but experienced bulk of duty at No. 2 ... Was 4-5 (singles) during first fall season, competing in all three tourneys ... Rolled to a 6-3 doubles mark with Sachs. High School/Junior Tennis: A two-time all-state and four-year conference player-of-the-year selection at Scotland (N.C.) High School ... Booked a prep career record of 274-1 (singles and doubles) and was a part of a state champion doubles tandem in 2004 after finishing as a runner-up during her freshman campaign in 2003 ... In addition to her four consecutive team MVP and Mid-Southeastern 4-A Conference Player-of-the-Year honors, Cook also played a key role in leading SHS to league titles in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 while winning the school's prestigious Heisman Award ... Held a state rank as high as No. 5 in the United States Tennis Association's 18 & Under classification ... Coached by her mother, Jeanne Roller ... Also earned four track and field letters ... Graduated in the Top 1 percent of her class with a grade point average of 4.70 which completed an illustrious academic career that included selection to the National Honor Society, National Society of High School Scholars, Who's Who Among America High School Students, SHS Honor Roll and SAT Wall of Fame.. Personal: Full name is Jessica Cook ... Born June 13, 1989 at Wadesboro, N.C. ... Daughter of David and Jeanne Roller ... A nursing major.