Mikell Cooper


Point Guard

Current Team:


6'0"/ 165 lbs.

Date of birth:

December 10th, 1999

Birth place:

Milwaukee, WI

2022-23 at Purdue NW

Played and started in 25 games

Total Points: 507

Points Per Game: 17.5

Assists: 104

Steals: 35

Blocks: 2

First Team All-GLIAC

2020-21 at Purdue NW

Made 16 starts while appearing in all 17 games

Scored a season-high 25 points on 10-of-16 shooting in the GLIAC Tournament against Michigan Tech (3/4/21)

Tied for team-best 12.5 points per game

Ranked sixth in GLIAC in assists (3.2/gm) and fourth in free-throw percentage (88%)

Led PNW in free throws made, going 45 of 51 while never missing back-to-back attempts

Closed the season by making 35 of 37 free-throw attempts

Shot 44% overall from the field including 36% from 3-point range

Recorded 11 double-digit scoring performances, including seven of final eight games

Poured in a regular-season high of 19 points on 8-of-15 shooting in a home win over Ashland (2/12/21)

Dished out the team’s season-high mark for assists with eight helpers against Ferris State (2/19/21)

Played at least 25 minutes in all but one game

2019-20 at McHenry County (IL)

NJCAA Region IV Division II First Team

Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference First Team

Fifth in NJCAA Division II in scoring (702 pts)

Sixth in NJCAA Division II in points per game (23.4)

Second in NJCAA Division II in made free throws (213-269)

22nd in NJCAA Division II in made field goals (214-442)

Led the Scouts to the Region 4 postseason tournament and the program’s most wins since 2016

Recorded a season-high 52 points in a victory over Bryant and Stratton (WI)

Scored double digits in 29 of 30 games played

Logged seven double-doubles

Had five games of 10+ points and rebounds, and two games of 10+ points and assists

2018-19 at Bryant & Stratton (WI)

Appeared in 27 games as a freshman

Scored double figures in seven games

Poured in a season-high 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting against Richard J. Daley

Recorded 16 points in a season-high 29 minutes against his future team, McHenry County

Finished the season shooting at a 44.6% clip from the field