Played in 30 games and started one
Averaged 1.0 points and 1.2 rebounds per game
Shot 45.5 percent from the field
Shot 47.6 from the free throw line
Played in three NCAA Tournament games
A defensive weapon in the full court press
1997-98 Sophomore Season
Played in 31 games and started seven
Averaged 9.5 minutes per game
In 1996-97 Freshman Season
Scored her first collegiate field goal vs Penn State in her college debut
Finished the season on a high note with one of her best games; playing 14 minutes, scored three points and grabbed four rebounds against Notre Dame in the BIG EAST Tournament.
Prior to Rutgers
Named a Street & Smith high school honorable mention all-American
Played only 13 games as a senior due to a knee injury averaged 11.2 points and 8.7 rebounds per game
Her high school team won the Lancaster Lebanon League Championship
Started playing basketball as a sophomore in high school
Played AAU ball in the summer of 1995, for the Running Rebels team, which placed seventh in the nationals
A gifted track athlete, she was the district champion in the high jump as a sophomore
Helped the 4X100 relay team place sixth in the state
Coko is her given name and her brotherís name is Zkrr (pronounced ZACK-r)
She is interested in a career in sports journalism.
Coko, born February 23, 1978, is the daughter of Judith and Henry Eggleston.
|Television Show||Good Times|
|Book||I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings|
|Musical Artist or Group||Dru Hill|
|WNBA Team||Houston Comets|
|WNBA Player||Cynthia Cooper|
|NBA Team||Philadelphia 76ers|
|Sport other than basketball||Track and Field|
|Subject in school||Math|
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