CAREER Ranks on WSU career list in blocks (tied for third - 118), blocks average (seventh - 0.96 per game) and rebounds (11th - 584).
SENIOR (2007-08) Played in 35 games including 34 starts...named All-Pacific-10 Defensive Team Honorable Mention...selected as Pac-10 Men's Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year...led WSU with 29 blocked shots...second on team in field goal percentage (.541)...third on WSU in rebounding (178, 5.1 per game)...averaged 7.3 points per game...scored in double figures nine times, leading the Cougars in scoring once...led WSU in rebounding 11 times and reached double figures twice...tied career high with 18 points on a career high eight made field goals at Baylor (Nov. 30)...recorded a double-double with 10 points and season highs of 11 rebounds and three blocks in helping WSU to their first win at Gonzaga (Dec. 5) in 30 years (Dec. 13, 1977)...grabbed 11 rebounds again at Oregon State (Feb. 14)...scored 10 points and pulled down eight rebounds in a season high 40 minutes of play during the 76-73 double-overtime win over Washington on `Senior Night' (March 8)...dropped in 14 points in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Winthrop...followed with 12 points in WSU's second round win over Notre Dame...earned spot on Cougar senior class record list in blocked shots (ninth -29)...played in the DiGiorno College All-Star Game at San Antonio's Alamodome prior to the Final Four...his American All-Star Team fell to the National All-Stars, 106-100...named CoSIDA Academic All-District...earned Pacific-10 All-Academic First Team honors.
JUNIOR (2006-2007) Started all 34 games...finished 16th in Pac-10 rankings and second on the team in rebounding with 5.4 per game...ranked third on the team in blocked shots (29) and field goal attempts (234)...pulled down 10 rebounds at Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Nov. 11)...recorded 16 points at Utah (Dec. 2)... poured in 17 points with eight rebounds in victory over San Diego State (Dec. 21)...scored game-high 16 points versus Arizona State (Jan. 4)...dropped in 11 points in win at California (Jan. 11)...tallied career-high 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for second career double-double in win over Oregon State (Jan. 25)...his 29 blocks raised his career total to 89 to rank tied for seventh on WSU's career list...1.02 career blocks per game ranks sixth in Cougar history... named to the Pacific-10 All-Academic First Team.
SOPHOMORE (2005-06) Missed first three games of the season due to a cracked right clavicle...started all 25 games in which he played...ranked sixth in the Pac-10 in blocked shots (1.32 per game) and 12th in rebounding with 5.1 per game...led team with 33 blocks...scored season-high 14 points at No. 9 Gonzaga (Dec. 8)...tallied 12 points at San Diego State (Dec. 10)...named game MVP in San Diego Slam...equaled season high with 14 points and added four assists vs. Utah (Dec. 22)...tied career high with three steals...recorded career-high five blocks and added 12 points at No. 10 Washington (Jan. 7)...notched 12 points and five boards against Oregon (Jan. 19)...tallied 13 points, and seven boards against Oregon State (Jan. 21)...tied career high with three steals...notched 11 points and had four assists at Stanford (Jan. 26)...recorded 13 points at California (Jan. 28)...was 5-for-5 at the line against USC (Feb. 11)...scored 11 points and grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds to mark his first career double-double...added four blocks...matched his career-high three steals, and recorded a career-high six assists at Oregon State (Feb. 16)...led the Cougars with 11 points and added five boards at Oregon (Feb. 18)...tallied 13 points, eight boards, three blocks, two assists, and a steal against Oregon (March 8) ... blocks average (1.32 bpg) ranks 10th on WSU single season list...ranks on WSU's sophomore single season list in several categories including blocks (second - 33), blocks average (second - 1.320), and free throw percentage (seventh - .794)...named to the Pacific-10 All-Academic First Team.
FRESHMAN (2004-05) Played in each of WSU's 28 games, including 19 starts...earned Pacific-10 Conference All-Freshman honorable mention... had four games with 10 or more points...made WSU's last four points in final 1:20 of 55-54 win at Portland (Dec. 18)...recorded season-high seven rebounds at No. 10 Washington (Jan. 23)...equaled mark at Stanford (March 3)...added season/career-high 15 points against Cardinal... was 5-for-5 from the floor against USC (Feb. 5), placing him in a tie for first on WSU's freshman single-game list for field goal percentage...ranked on WSU's freshman single season list in several categories including blocks (second - 27), blocks average (second - 1.0), free throw attempts (eighth - 63), rebounds (eighth - 96), rebound average (eighth - 3.42), free throw percentage (ninth - .492), minutes played (10th - 670), field goal attempts (T-10th - 159), games played (T-10th - 28), and starts (T-10th - 19).
HIGH SCHOOL Earned three varsity letters at Westwood High School for coach Dennis Burton...named all-district each of his three varsity seasons...SENIOR season named first team all-region and second team All-State...made the all-tournament teams in the Round Rock Tournament, Pflugerville Tournament, and the Winter Invitational Tournament...named a Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-Star after averaging 20 points per game, 13 rebounds per game, and three blocks per game.
PERSONAL Born Robert Warren Cowgill, Feb. 28, 1986 in San Francisco, Calif....father Mike Cowgill...mother Rebecca Johnson...older brother Graeme competed in swimming for the University of Texas...named to the all-academic team all three varsity seasons and the academic All-State team his senior season...enjoys playing cards, singing, and playing guitar...majoring in management and operations...WSU Honors College enrollee.