2011: Starting in all 21 games, Cooper scored 23 goals — 10 of which were game-winners. She led the team in shots (121), shots on goal (71) and points (46). She scored a hat trick with five goals in a 8-0 shutout over Saint Gregory’s, for which she earned SAC Player of the Week honors. Cooper scored the game-winning goal in the first and second rounds of the SAC Tournament. Cooper ranked first in the division in game-winning goals and ninth in total goals and tops USAO record books in nearly every offensive category. She was named an NAIA All-America Honorable Mention and All-Conference First Team.
2010: Cooper had a strong second season with the Drovers, knocking in 16 goals and helping out with 10 assists in the 18 games she played. Cooper had back-to-back hat tricks against Bethel and Tabor colleges in late September. She also had two assists in each of those games. Additionally, Cooper had two goals each against Delta State, Oklahoma Christian and Northwestern Oklahoma State. She ranked 25th in the division in total points with 42 on the season and 29th in total goals.
2009: Cooper came out as one of the Drovers’ strongest players as a true freshman. She easily led the team in goals (26), assists (18), points (70), shots (145) and shots on goal (67). She set the school record in single season goals, assists and multiple-goal games (8). Cooper recorded two hat tricks, one against Northwestern Oklahoma State and the other against Mount Marty College, where she had a career-high five goals. Cooper ranked No. 1 in the division in assists per game (1) and shots per game (8.06) and No. 2 in points per game (3.89). Because of her stellar freshman year, she was named SAC Newcomer of the Year, NAIA All-America Honorable Mention and National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American Third Team. She was also named a SAC Player of the Week in September.
High School: Cooper helped lead her team to become 2009 Regional Champions.
Major: Business Administration
Interesting Fact: Loves candy