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#19 Max Cook
Position: Forward
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 187
Year: Senior
Hometown: Frankfort, Ill.
Club: Indiana/USHL
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Played in 37 of 38 games … posted a career-high nine points on a goal and eight assists (also a career-high) … dished out two assists on two occasions: vs. Ohio State on Oct. 12 and at Bemidji State on Nov. 29 … lone goal of the season came at St. Cloud State on Nov. 9 … sent to the box only three times for six penalty minutes … received Miami’s Berry Family Outstanding Senior Award.

Played in 35 games, notching a career-best four goals, four assists and a +7 rating ... tallied his first assist in the first game he played this season, the Saturday game against Colgate (Oct. 13) ... went on a scoring spree with three goals in a six-game span (Feb. 2 - Feb. 22), after entering the season with just two career goals ... his eight points this year more than doubled his career total entering the season ... had back-to-back games with a point for the first time in his career with a goal Feb. 9 vs. Western Michigan and an assist Feb. 15 vs. Notre Dame ... notched first multi-point game with a goal and an assist in an NCAA Tournament win over Minnesota State (Mar. 30) ... committed just two penalties for four minutes.

Played in 17 games, all in the first half of the season ... missed some of the season due to a head injury ... tallied one goal and two assists for three points to match his season total from 2010-11 ... his only goal of the season was the game-winner at Alaska on Nov. 5, the first game-winning goal of his career ... notched his first assist of the season in his second game of the year at Colgate (Oct. 15) ... was whistled for two penalties for four minutes ... blocked five shots on the year ... posted a positive rating in three games but finished the season -2.

Played in 22 games his rookie season...recorded three points on one goal and two assists...scored his first career goal at Western Michigan on the power play (Nov. 26)...posted his first career assist against LSSU (Feb. 25)...had a rating of -2...served just two penalties for a total of four minutes.

Prior to Miami
Played for the Indiana Ice of the USHL for two seasons from 2008-10... played in 117 regular season games and 22 playoff contests over the two years... totaled 106 points with the Ice, including 49 regular-season points in 2009-10, which was second on the team... scored 50 goals as a member of the Ice, including 23 in 2009-10 (second on the team) and six in the 2010 playoffs, and handed out 56 assists during his time in Indiana... helped lead the Ice to the Clark Cup Championship in 2008-09, totaling eight points in the playoffs... netted seven game-winners, 11 power-play goals and one short-handed goal in his two years with the Ice... served as a tri-captain for the Ice in 2009-10... played one year with Green Bay in the USHL in 2007-08, scoring five goals and adding 11 assists in 56 games... selected to the USHL All-Star Game in 2008 and 2010... won Illinois state championships in 2005 and 2006 as a member of the Chicago Mission.

Born June 3, 1990 in Chicago, Ill... son of Karen and Dan Trapp and Bob Cook... a sport studies major... volunteered at the Special Olympics from 2008-10... donated hair to Locks of Love prior to the 2009-10 season at Indiana.


2010-11............. 22 1 2 3 24 .042 2-4 -2 1 0 0
2011-12............. 17 1 2 3 14 .071 2-4 -2 0 0 1
2012-13............. 35 4 4 8 31 .129 2-4 +7 0 0 0
2013-14............. 37 1 8 9 63 .016 3-6 -8 0 0 0
TOTAL............... 111 7 16 23 132 .053 9-18 -5 1 0 1