Interview With North Dakota State University Basketball Star Ryan Cobbins



Interview With North Dakota State University Basketball Star Ryan Cobbins seven of the final nine games of the season…Had a season-high 18 points three times…Had a season-high 12 rebounds against Oral Roberts (Feb. 6)…Tallied double-doubles against North Dakota (Dec. 16) and Oral Roberts (Feb. 6)…Ranks are fourth in NDSU history in career free throw percentage at 82.8 percent…Ranked 57th in the nation in free throw percentage (83.7)…Named All-Summit League Honorable Mention…

2019-20 SEASON (FRESHMAN): Started all 30 games…Became the first player in NDSU’s NCAA Division I era to score in double figures in the first five games of their collegiate career…Scored in double figures in 17 games, including a season-high 22 against North Dakota (Jan. 19)…Made a season-high three 3-pointers against Northern Illinois (Nov. 10) and Oral Roberts (Feb. 9)…Season-high seven rebounds against Denver (March 8)…Had a season-high five assists against Denver (Jan. 26)…Notched a season-high six steals at New Hampshire (Dec. 1)…Named to the Summit League All-Newcomer Team…

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letter winner at Piper High School…Scored 1,243 points and grabbed 464 rebounds in her career…Four-time Kansas Class 4A All-State selection, while also helping the team to four conference titles…Her team finished third at the 2017 and 2018 state tournaments while earning runner-up honors in 2019…She was named one of the top 10 players in Kansas by Sports in Kansas, while also being a nominee for the McDonald’s All-American Game…Over four years, she led Piper to an 88-7 record, including a 23-1 record as a senior…Ranked the 29th best player and seventh-best power forward in the state of Kansas by Prep Girls Hoops.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Bruce and Misha Cobbins…Has a sister, Cameron, and a brother, Quincy…Both siblings were college basketball players, with Cameron playing at Baker and Quincy playing at William Woods…Uncle, Lyron Cobbins, was an All-American football player at Notre Dame and played for the Arizona Cardinals in the NFL…Majoring in human development & family science, with a minor in sign language…Member of Summit League Diversity and Inclusion Task Force…

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