2014 OUTDOOR Competed in the pole vault at seven meets for Tech, winning three times and never finsihing below fourth place ... Earned All-big 12 honors by tying for fourth at the conference meet, clearing 3.82m/12-6.25 ... Her best mark of the season was a 3.93m/12-10.75, earning her the win at the Red Raider Open.
2014 INDOOR Picked up All-Big 12 honors in the pole vault, with a fifth-place finIsh at the conference meet (3.80m/12-5.50) ... Won the pole vault at the Masked Rider Open, clearing a season-best 3.90m/12-9.50.
2013 OUTDOOR Competed in the pole vault...cleared a career-best 3.87-meters (12'-8.25") at the UTEP Springtime Invitational (3/23)...marked the best clearance by a Lady Raider on the season...finished sixth at the Mt. SAC Relays clearing 3.80-meters (12'-5.00")...cleared five bars over 12-feet on the season...finished fourth at the UT Invitational (4/13) after clearing 3.76-meters...finished 10th at the Big 12 Championships clearing 3.61-meters (11'-10.00").
2013 INDOOR Competed in the pole vault...cleared a season-best 3.70-meters (12'-1.50") at the Tyson Invitational (2/8) to finish fourth in the event... cleared three bars on the season over 12-feet...finished second at the Texas Tech Open (1/12) clearing 3.70-meters (12'-1.50")...finished fifth at the Texas A&M Mondo Challenge (1/25) clearing 3.66-meters (12'-0.00")...finished 11th at the Big 12 Championships with a clearance of 3.58-meters (11'-9.00").
COPPELL Lettered three years in track and field competing in the pole vault...cleared a career best 12-feet...three-time All-District selection...earned All-State honors during her junior season...2011 Coppell Track and Field MVP honoree...also received the Leadership award...member of the cheerleading squad where she also earned the program's leadership award...helped the squad to the 2011 NCA Championship.
PERSONAL Haley Marie Cook...daughter of Bobby and Kelley Cook...has one sibling, Chris...involved in several sports including soccer, dirt biking, volleyball, cheerleading and track...plans to pursue a degree in chemistry at Texas Tech.