• 2017-18 Third Team All-Big Ten
AS A SOPHOMORE (2017-18): Third Team All-Big Ten selection…Big Ten All-Defensive Team selection…led the Terps in scoring (15.8), free throw percentage (.848), assists (5.1) steals (1.5), and minutes per game (37.0)…37 minutes per game average led the Big Ten and ranked inside the top-25 nationally…5.1 assists 1.5 steals per game ranked 3rd, .848 free throw percentage ranked 5th and 15.8 points per game ranked 10th in the Big Ten…Finished with 16 points, seven rebounds, four assists, two blocks and two steals vs. Northwestern (2/10)…Tallied game-high 23 points vs. Wisconsin (2/4)…Finished with 24 points against #23 Michigan (1/15)…Tallied seven assists with no turnovers and 15 points against Iowa (1/7)…Posted 18 points, four rebounds and four assists vs. Penn State (1/3)…Tied career-high with seven assists vs. Ohio (12/7)…Had career-high 27 points and game-winning free throw in OT win at Illinois (12/3)…Finished with 20 points, six rebounds and five assists vs. Purdue (12/1)…Emerald Coast Classic All-Tournament Team…Scored game-high 21 points vs. New Mexico (11/25)…Led Terps with 13 points and posted three assists vs. St. Bonaventure (11/24)…Finished with 17 points, five assists and four rebounds vs. Bucknell (11/18)…Posted 25 points and career-high in rebounds (10) against Butler (11/15)…Became first Terp to post at least 25 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in a game since Greivis Vasquez (Feb. 21, 2009)…Led Terps in scoring (16 points) and rebounds (9) vs. UMES (11/12)…Led Terps in scoring (15 points) and assists (4) in season opening win over Stony Brook (11/10).
AS A FRESHMAN (2016-17): Eighth on Maryland's freshman single season assist list (123)...Third on the team in scoring, averaging 10.3 points per game...Led the Terps in assists and was third in minutes played (957)...Started all 33 games as a rookie...Recorded 11 points and added five rebounds and five assists vs. Michigan State (3/4)...Notched 11 points vs. Iowa (2/25)...Recorded 11 points and four assists against Minnesota (2/22)...Scored 13 points and added six rebounds and six assists at Northwestern (2/15)...Led the team with 19 points and four assists vs. Ohio State (2/11)...Posted 11 points and a team-high five assists at Ohio State (1/31)...Recorded 15 points and added a team-high six assists at Iowa (1/19)...Notched a career-high 19 points and a team-high seven rebounds at Illinois (1/14)...Posted 15 points and added three steals vs. Indiana (1/10)...Recorded nine points and added five rebounds and four assists at Michigan (1/7)...Notched 12 points and a game-high six rebounds vs. Illinois (12/27)...Recorded 16 points, including a career-high nine made free throws, and five assists vs.Charlotte (12/20)...One of six players in double figures with 12 points and added five assists vs. Jacksonville State (12/12)...Posted nine points, seven rebounds and four assists vs. Howard (12/7)...One of four players in double-figures with 11 points against Oklahoma State (12/3)...Tallied 11 points and three assists vs. Pitt (11/29)...Tallied a career-high 18 points against Richmond (11/25)...Scored 12 points and added four rebounds and three assists vs. Towson (11/20)...Recorded a career-high seven assists and four steals against St. Mary's College (MD) (11/17)...Scored 11 points and added a game-high five assists against Georgetown (11/15)...Posted 12 points and nine rebounds in his collegiate debut against American (11/11)...Alongside fellow rookie Kevin Huerter, became the first freshman duo to start a season opener since Joe Smith and Keith Booth (vs. Georgetown, Nov. 26, 1993).
BEFORE MARYLAND: A four-star recruit, he was ranked nationally as the 46th best player in the 2016 class according to Rivals.com….Played high school basketball at St. John's College High School and as a junior led St. John's to a win over Gonzaga to capture the D.C. State Athletic Association title…Scored 21 points in the championship game, and was later named the D.C. State Athletic Association Player of the Year…Played AAU basketball with the DC Thunder the past two seasons….Following his junior season, Cowan was honored as the DMV Elite Player of the Year, and was also named Washington Post First Team All-Met and First Team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference… Selected to participate in the Under Armour All-American camp as a junior.
PERSONAL: Son of Anthony and Traci Cowan…Father, Anthony, earned his master's degree at Maryland and is head coach of AAU team - D.C. Blue Devils… Uncle, Thomas Skeeter, graduated from Maryland and is head coach of AAU Team Team Skills...sister, Alex, won the WCAC state title as a junior as Anthony's alam mater- St. John's...Grandmother, Valencia Skeeter, is a professor in the African American Studies program at Maryland and is an assistant coach for Team Skills...Has a tattoo on his chest with the word AMBITIOUS - that he got on his 18th birthday - for those who doubt him because of his size...His mom, Traci, and his uncle, Thomas, recently established an afterschool program called Team Skills Academy in Laurel, MD., in which they help children with their academics and instruct them on the game of basketball...During high school - he would help assist his mom, Traci, at her daycare center as he enjoyed working with children and teaching them the game of basketball...Patterns his game after Cleveland Cavaliers guard Isaiah Thomas...Favorite basketball player is Kyrie Irving...Spent three days in July 2017 as a counselor at the Under Armour All-America Camp in Philadelphia.