STATISTICS & HISTORY
Al Cooper Jr.’s father was a talented soccer player and one of the most renowned professional basketball players of his era. Cooper’s father was a lithe, lightning quick athlete. Cooper was neither lithe nor fast, but was still a fine athlete who also enjoyed decade-long careers in both sports. Cooper ne was never a star basketball player, he but he played for some of the best independent teams in the East including the Washington Palace-Five, the Newark Turners and the Trenton Michlins. Cooper was a longtime fixture on the Trenton Field Club, a US soccer power, thoughout the 1920’s. In 1928, Cooper was chosen as the goalie for the United States team at the Amsterdam Olympics.
|Albert Cooper Jr.||Born: Feb 23, 1904||Died: Dec 1, 1993||Hometown:||Trenton, NJ|
|Son of Al Cooper Sr.||REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1930-31||Milltown Community Club Club||Indep|
|Major League Totals||10||20||27||67||6.7|