College basketball dream lives on for St. Anthony alum Hallice Cooke at Nevada

Hallice Cooke, a St. Anthony alum and Union City has overcome on-court adversity and personal tragedy to make the NCAA Tournament with Nevada Hallice Cooke remembers looking at his father Robert's Instagram page last summer shortly after his death and seeing the #thedreamneverends hashtag. Those four words have served as motivation for Cooke...
Via NJ.com
3 days ago

Nevada star keeps his pain close to heart while living NCAA dream

There have been two hip surgeries. The loss of his father, a cancer battle for his mother. A career-threatening heart ailment. Two transfers. A short stint as an honorary assistant coach. It all, in a strange, circuitous route, led Hallice Cooke to this point, as the starting senior point guard for the Nevada men’s basketball...
Via New York Post
6 days ago

What Nevada players are predicted to break out at NCAA Tournament

Check out all of the news you may have missed from the Mountain West? Check out all of the news you may have missed from the Mountain West? CBS Sports Matt Norlander points out Nevada players who will be known very soon. Jordan Caroline and/or Marcus Marshall, Nevada: Both are well-known to fans in the Mountain West, but not to the general sports audience. Nevada is a somewhat-trendy...
Via Mountain West Connection
March 15, 2017

Nevada lands transfers Kendall Stephens, Hallice Cooke

The Nevada Wolf Pack have not made the NCAA Tournament since 2007 and they are looking to turn their luck around going into the 2016-17 season. Second-year head coach Eric Musselman is doing a good job building the roster by bringing in transfers Kendall Stephens and Hallice Cooke. The team announced the addition of the two players, both of whom come in from Power Five conference...
Via Campus Sports Net
May 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Should Rutgers Basketball Pursue Iowa State Transfer Hallice Cooke?

The Rutgers men's basketball staff has been hard at work rebuilding the roster, both for next season and for in the future. Finding a balance between landing graduate transfers who can help the program immediately, while also trying to keep scholarships open for 2017 and beyond is a challenge. Head coach Steve Pikiell spoke with Keith Sargeant this week and had this to say about...
Via On the Banks
May 04, 2016

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