Ryan Cobb
Ryan Cobb

Player Profile
Atlanta, Ga.

Head Athletic Trainer

10th Year at Cal

Alma Mater:
Vanderbilt, 1997


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Ryan Cobb enters his 10th year with Cal Sports Medicine this fall and is responsible for coordinating care in both the Memorial Stadium and Haas Pavilion athletic training rooms. He oversees athletic training activities for all 27 Golden Bear sports, working very closely with the Cal Football program. He is also heavily involved in the design and implementation of Cal's revolutionary high-performance initiative, which has a primary goal of helping Golden Bear student-athletes perform at the highest-level possible.

A native of Atlanta, Cobb graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in human development in 1997. He then came to Cal to complete his graduate assistantship, and he was hired full-time after completing his master's degree in exercise physiology at Cal State Hayward.

Cobb returned to Vanderbilt in 2001 and served as the athletic trainer for football and baseball in 2002. He came back to the Bay Area as head athletic trainer at Saint Mary's College in Moraga in January 2003 before returning to Cal in the fall of 2003.

Cobb and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Danville.