The goal will be complete if the Lady War Eagles defeat St. Pius at home Wednesday and the winner of the Blessed Trinity-Oconee matchup at Marietta High School on Saturday.
As a result of Cooper becoming an even better middle hitter and blocker, Woodward has a 40-13 overall record and a chance to win its fourth title in five years.
“I like blocking,” Cooper said. “I think its fun to just stuff a ball down someone’s face. It’s the fastest position on the court. You have to be the fastest out of everyone.”
Also because of her individual skills, the 6-foot Cooper will play at Louisville next year.
“I chose Louisville because of coaching and because of the sense of community they have within Louisville itself,” Cooper said. “It’s a college city and I’m really excited about the girls joining the program that are in my class.”
Cooper, who was named one of PrepVolleyball.com’s 250 Senior Aces, has a 3.6 grade-point average and plans to double major in business and visual arts.
After the season, Cooper said there is a good chance she will play for A-5 to continue preparing for college volleyball.