From the University of Nevada, Reno:

University of Nevada head men’s basketball coach Eric Musselman has inked Iowa State transfer Hallice Cooke to a scholarship agreement to play for the Wolf Pack. Cooke will sit out the 2016-17 season under NCAA transfer rules and play for the Pack in 2017-18.

“We are excited to announce the addition of Hallice Cooke to our Wolf Pack family,” Musselman said. “Hallice’s work ethic, versatility on the floor and strong character are the pillars of our program and make him a terrific fit. His experience playing in the Pac 12 and Big 12 is invaluable for our program.”

Cooke is a 6-3, 190-pound guard from Union City, N.J.  He began his collegiate career at Oregon State where he played in all 32 games and started 18 for the Beavers. He earned Pac-12 All-Freshman honorable mention honors after averaging 8.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game. From behind the arc he shot 45.6 percent to rank second in the conference. His 41 made three-pointers is the fourth most by a freshman in OSU history.  He produced 10 double figure scoring games which included two games of 20 or more points. Netted a season-best 23 points against Radford and totaled 20 in the UCLA game.  In his first start he scored 16 points against Stanford. The long distance shooter had a stretch of making a three-pointer in 13 consecutive games.

After sitting a year under NCAA transfer rules he played his sophomore season at Iowa State last year where he appeared in 32 games and helped the Cyclones post a 23-12 record on the way to a Sweet 16 NCAA Tournament appearance. Cooke averaged 2.6 points, one rebound and one assist playing 10.9 minutes per game. From behind the arc he shot 36.5 percent, making 19-of-52 attempts. On the season he scored in double figures four times with a season-high 11 coming twice versus Virginia Tech and Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

As a prep athlete he played at St. Anthony High School and helped the team to a 28-2 record his senior season. Rivals.com ranked Cooke as the 45th best guard in the nation his senior season. He earned MVP honors at the 2013 SNY Invitational after scoring game-high 22 points as St. Anthony won its 81st consecutive game. Participated in the West Coast All-Start Classic, Mary Kline Classic and Schoolboy Classic in his senior year.

From the University of Nevada, Reno