Many Cosby Alumni have moved on to excel at the next level. But, none are currently in the spotlight more than Cincinnati’s Troy Caupain. Troy is currently a three year letter winner at the University of Cincinnati: CLICK TO SEE STATS!
The Bearcats were televised last evening (Monday) on ESPN, defeating Albany 74 to 51. Earning All State recognition while at Cosby, Troy was always the player you wanted to have the ball with the clock counting down, and the game on the line.
Check out Troy’s awards/records from last year: Started all 33 games, averaging a team-high 13.0 points, 4.8 assists and 3.8 rebounds in 33.5 minutes … named first team all-conference … tabbed NABC All-District 25 Second Team … selected to the all-tournament teams of the American Championship and the Barclays Center Classic … named The American’s Player of the Week twice … finished 49th in the nation with a 2.7-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio … ranked among the league leaders in assist-to-turnover ratio (second at 2.7), assists (third at 4.8), minutes played (seventh at 33.5), free throw percentage (eighth at.788), scoring (13th at 13.0) and steals (14th at 1.1) … handed out the most assists in a season (160) since Cashmere Wright (169 in 2011-12) … posted the highest assists average (4.8) since Taron Barker (5.0 in 2022-03) … averaged 15.1 points and 6.1 assists with 43 assists and only 13 turnovers in February … scored a career-high 37 points to go with 10 rebounds and five assists with no turnovers in 56 minutes in a 104-97 four-overtime setback against UConn in the quarterfinals of the conference tournament … his 37-point effort marked the most points scored by a Bearcat since Steve Logan tallied 41 against Southern Miss (2/15/02) … registered his first career double-double with 18 points and a career-high 10 assists against USF (2/4) … tallied 27 points on 9-of-14 shooting with four three-pointers at East Carolina (2/27) … led UC in assists in 29 of 33 games … led the Bearcats in scoring in a team-high 15 contests … scored in double figures in 21 games.
IF you get a chance – watch Troy, and the Bearcats, play – you will not be disappointed!