No. 10/11 Florida State defeats North Florida 11-1 (6) in game one and 8-0 (5) in game two.
High School: A three year letterwinner at Rockwood Summit ... enjoyed a fine senior season, being named Suburban South Conference Player of the Year ... also a first-team all-state selection, a first-team all-conference and region pick, the team MVP and the offensive player of the year as a senior ... earned second-team all-state honors as a junior while being named team MVP, offensive player of the year and first-team all-conference and region ... Suburban South Conference Player of the Year following her sophomore season ... first-team all-conference and region and a second-team all-state performer ... honor roll student all four years ... earned the board of education award in her sophomore and senior years.
Personal: Born on Dec. 30, 1994 ... daughter of Russell and Stacey Cooper ... originally from Wellington, New Zealand ... has ambitions of being a college softball coach ... has one brother and one sister ... her father played fast pitch softball ... favorite movie is `A Little Bit of Heaven' ... enjoys reading People ... likes listening to Florida Georgia Line ... favorite ice cream is cookie dough ... cannot live without music ... most played song on her iPod is `Old Love Feels New' by Chris Young and most played artist is Eminem ... she mostly watches ESPN and `Pretty Little Liars' ... loves wearing earrings ... describes her style as athletic ... envies celebrity actress Sandra Bullock because `she is hilarious' ... enjoys a good chicken and dumplings home-cooked meal ... had a guinea pig named Pumpkin when she was younger ... one of her favorite snacks is peanut butter and bananas on toast with honey on top ... suggests to kids that a good pre-game meal is a sandwich and apples with peanut butter ... learned that `all of the hard work really does pay off' from playing sports ... sports idol as a child was Natasha Watley... hopes to someday meet Derek Jeter ... proudest moment in her life was upsetting Canada by a 2-1 score in the Junior World Championships and placing fourth.