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Curtis Cobb

  • Player
  • Seasons: 2017-18
  • Number: 33
  • Position: G
  • Height: 6' 4“
  • Weight: 175
  • Hometown: Fall River, MA
  • High School: ?
  • Prep School: Wilbraham & Monson Academy
  • Transfer From: Fairfield
  • Birthday: ?

At UMass

2017-18 Junior year

Roster photo 2017-18

  • Will sit out the season per NCAA transfer rules



  • Averaged 11.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game over 60 contests, including 50 starts, for Fairfield University
  • Shot 41.1 percent overall (257-625) and hit 34.8 percent of his 3-pointers (100-287) during his two seasons with the Stags
  • Totaled 10.8 points per game as a freshman in 2015-16 and improved to 12.1 per game as a sophomore in 2016-17
  • Reached double-figures in points in 33 games, including 20 or more scored in 11 outings
  • Scored a school-record with 46 points in the Jan. 5, 2017 win at Manhattan (16-23 FG, 9-12 3FG, 5-7 FT)
  • His 46-point outing went as the sixth-most points scored by one player in a game across NCAA Division I during the 2016-17 season

2016-17 Sophomore year

Roster photo 2016-17

  • Made his mark as a scorer in his sophomore season, placing second among his teammates with a 12.1 scoring average.
  • The guard caught the attention of the nation when he broke the school single-game record for scoring with 46 points at Manhattan on January 5, a game broadcasted on ESPN3. He made 16 of 23 field goals, nine of 12 three pointers, and five of seven free throw attempts to account for his points.
  • He earned the MAAC Player of the Week after his Manhattan performance which was boosted by his 22 points in a win against Iona, providing a 32.0 scoring average in a pair of wins that week.
  • Cobb scored in double figures 16 times including seven games with 20 or more points.
  • Cobb served the Stags both as a starter and as a reserve, getting the nod in 24 of his 31 appearances.
  • As a starter, Cobb average 14.2 points per game as opposed to his 5.8 points per contests as a reserve.
  • Cobb established a personal-high for rebounding when he collected 10 caroms against Monmouth, surpassing his previous high of nine rebounds set three times.

2015-16 Freshman year

  • Emerged as one of the top freshmen in the MAAC as noted by his selection by the head coaches to the conference’s All-Rookie team.
  • He was in the starting lineup for most of the season including his collegiate debut against Yale.
  • In his third game with the Stags, he tallied 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds against Northwestern, the first of 18 double-figure scoring games for the guard.
  • He hit the 20-point mark for the first time at Marist, netting 21 points and securing seven rebounds.
  • The Massachusetts native went on to tally 20 or more points three more times, highlighted by a personal-best 25 points against Canisius at Webster Bank Arena.
  • He missed the final two regular-season games and two MAAC tournament contests with an injury, but came back to play 17 minutes against New Hampshire in the CIT.
  • Cobb captured the MAAC rookie of the week award after his performance against Canisius.
  • He finished his rookie campaign among the MAAC statistical leaders in scoring (28th with 10.8 ppg) and steals (11th with 1.3 spg).
  • Cobb picked up two or more steals in 13 games, more than any other Stag in 2015-16.


Total 3-Pointers Rebounds

Career highs from

High School / Prep School

  • Was ranked sixth in Massachusetts (Class of 2015) by ESPN
  • Listed as a three-star recruit by several recruiting services including Scout, Rivals, Yahoo Sports and 247Sports
  • Earned All-NEPSAC first team honors as a member of Wilbraham & Monsoon Academy and was a 2015 McDonald’s All-America nominee
  • Was a member of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) first team in 2014-15.
cobb_curtis.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/10 17:07 by mikeuma