"I think it will work out really well,'' Cobb said. "They have a good tradition of girls basketball there and have kids who really want to play and get better. I think the team that is going to be there next year fits right into that category.''
Cobb has a 301-242 career record. He replaces Tonya Burns-Cohrs who recently stepped aside after 13 years with the Warriors, going 113-163.
The Warriors were 12-8 last season.
"When I sat out a year, I realized how much I missed it,'' Cobb said. "That's what I do, and I wasn't ready to give it up yet.''