Cobb comes to Daytona after spending a year as the assistant coach for Florida Gulf Coast University. During her time in Fort Myers the Eagles set the 18-hole, 36-hole, and 54-hole team total records, set the lowest team scoring average in program history, had two players finish with individual medalist honors, collected a team tournament win, named two players to ASUN all-conference teams, and two players to the ASUN conference all-tournament team.
Prior to coaching, Cobb played for the University of North Florida, where she was a two-time Women’s Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar and three-time ASUN Academic Honor Roll student-athlete. The Ospreys won two ASUN Conference Championships throughout her stint at UNF.
In 2015-16, Cobb was awarded a medical redshirt after suffering a shoulder injury in the fall season. Prior to that, she played two seasons for DSC, where she was an NJCAA All-American and a member of the 2014 NJCAA National Championship Team. In addition to her time playing for the Falcons, Cobb was a volunteer assistant coach for the 2016 and 2019 NJCAA National Championships.
Prior to her collegiate career, Cobb attended Providence School in Jacksonville, FL, where she led the Stallions to three district championships, a regional championship, and four state championship appearances.
Cobb graduated summa cum laude from the University of North Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Sport Management in 2017, and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Athletic Administration in 2019.