Having played tennis at Cowley during the 2002-2003
seasons and having watched his brothers Darren and Sean follow in his
footsteps by playing for the Tigers, Josh Cobble begins his sixth season
as the teams’ head
With Cobble at the helm, the Tiger men and women’s tennis teams
captured region titles during the 2011 and 2012 seasons. The Cowley men
would go on to finish eighth nationally, while the Lady Tigers placed
10th at the national tournament during the 2011 season. The squads would
top those performances during the 2012 season as the Tiger men placed
fourth nationally and the women finished sixth.
Cobble, who was named the Wilson/ITA Men’s National Tennis Coach
of the Year in 2012 and Wilson/ITA Women’s National Tennis Coach
of the Year in 2011, has helped the squads capture four straight region
Cobble was an All-American tennis player at Cowley in 2002. Prior to
coaching at Cowley he helped coach the Duncan High School tennis teams.
He coached the boy’s team to a state title and the girl’s
team to a runner-up finish at the state tournament in 2007.
Cobble has also worked at the Baylor University tennis camp.
Cobble played No. 6 singles both years at Cowley. As a freshman, he advanced
to the finals of the national tournament. As a sophomore, he teamed with
Tim Frick to reach the semifinals of the national tournament at No. 3
After Cowley, he spent two years playing tennis at Cameron University
in Lawton, Oklahoma. His brother, Darren, played at Cowley during the
2003-2004 seasons, while his brother, Sean, played at Cowley during the
2007 and 2008 seasons.
Coach Cobble’s wife, Rashelle, works as the associate director
of enrollment management at the college.
He can be reached at (620) 441-5302 or at email@example.com
Charity Andrews begins her first season as an assistant coach with the
Tiger tennis teams.
Andrews was an all-district singles and doubles player at Caprock (Texas)
High School. She went on to play collegiate tennis at Seward County Community
College from 2004-2006. During her sophomore season at Seward County
she won the singles consolation bracket at the national tournament.
She then transferred and played tennis at Saginaw Valley State University
in Saginaw, Michigan.
She has also provided tennis instruction at the Windridge tennis camp