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Ryan Cobbins - Women's Basketball - Kansas Jayhawks

Ryan Cobbins

Position Guard/Forward
Height 6-0
Class Super-Senior
Hometown Kansas City, Kan.
High School Piper HS / Alabama

2023-24 (Super-Senior)
Returned home to finish out her collegiate career at Kansas…One of three KU players to appear in all 33 games during the season, making three startsWas the first player off the bench in 25 games…Ended the season with 113 points (3.4 per game) and 128 rebounds (3.9 per game), which ranked third on the team…Second on team in offensive rebounds (27)…Scored double-digit figures twice this season…Had a season high 11 points against Central Arkansas (Dec. 16) and 12 rebounds against BYU (Jan. 31)… Tied her career high with five assists against Wichita State (Dec. 10)Tied her season high in made three point shots as she hit two threes against Michigan (March 23) to help Kansas earn its 81-72 overtime win in the first round in the NCAA Tournament. 

Prior to Kansas
Has four years of college experience as she arrives at Kansas…Played the 2022-23 season at Alabama and appeared in 29 games, averaging 13.6 minutes per game…Scored a season-high 10 points against Auburn (Dec. 2) and had a season-best six rebounds against Ole Miss (Jan. 15)…Shot 87.5% from the free throw line and 31% from the three-point line during her season at Alabama…Started her career at North Dakota State, where she was coached by current KU assistant Morgan Paige during her freshman and sophomore seasons…Three-year starter at NDSU, where she averaged 10.5 points per game over 83 contests…Named All-Summit League Honorable Mention in 2020-21 after being selected to the Summit League All-Newcomer Team in 2019-20…Played for four years at Piper HS in Kansas City, graduating in 2019…Scored 1,243 points and grabbed 464 rebounds in her prep career…Four-time Kansas Class 4A All-State selection and helped her team to three medal finishes at the state tournament, including runner-up in 2019.

Women's Basketball 🏀 Women’s Basketball Adds Three for 2023-24

Brandon Schneider announced today the signing of Ryan Cobbins, Paris Gaines and Skyler Gill, who will join Kansas women’s basketball for the upcoming 2023-24 season.