Full Name: Tobe Carberry
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 185
Birthdate: April 9, 1978
High School: Hillhouse HS (New Haven, CT)
Tobe Carberry is currently in his first year as an Assistant Coach at Columbia University. He also serves as founder and Director of Haven4Hoops Basketball Clinics (Haven4Hoops.com); dedicated to providing fundamental instruction and confidence building through basketball.
In the past Tobe was an Assistant Coach at Yale University (2017-2020) where he was a part of two Ivy League Men’s Basketball Championships and NCAA Appearances. Prior to Yale, Coach Tobe was an an Assistant Coach at Long Island University - Brooklyn where he was instrumental in LIU's 20 win season in 2016-2017. Carberry was also on staff as an Assistant at Central Connecticut State University from 2014-2016.
Tobe completed his fourth season as Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at University of New Haven in 2013-2014. The Chargers are coming of of there most successful season in recent history with a 21-9 record. The Chargers also reached the NCAA Tournament for the second year in a row. Prior to coaching at Univ. of New Haven, Carberry coached for three seasons as the Assistant Coach at Southern Connecticut State University.
As a player, Tobe finished his professional playing career in European Leagues of Hungary and Austria. In Europe, Carberry was among the league leaders in scoring each season with a Final Four appearance in the Austrian Bundesliga in 2005. In the States, Carberry played with the Brooklyn Kings in the USBL in 2003, averaging 10.2 points in 30 games. Played for the North Charleston Lowgators in the NBDL in 2002-03. Averaged 5.9 points and 1.3 rebounds in 34 games, starting six times. Selected by the Lowgators in the eighth round (#63 pick overall) of the 2002 NBDL Draft. Played for the Brooklyn Kings in the USBL in 2002, averaging 15.4 points and 2.4 rebounds in 30 games. Played with the Blue Demons Cork in the Irish ESB League in the 2000-01 season. Also appeared with the Philadelphia Yellow Jackets in the United Basketball Alliance, scoring 29 points in one game.
Finished 13th on Vermont’s all-time scoring list with 1,235 points. Also ranks in the top 10 in games played, field goals, assists, steals and blocked shots. Played in 108 games, starting 95 times. Reached double-figures in points 63 times, including 12 20-point games. Was a finalist in the 12th Annual National Slam Dunk contest at the Final Four in Indianapolis in 2000. Given the 2000 New England Division I Unsung Hero Award by the New England Basketball Coaches Association. Member of a senior class that won more games than any other four-year class in school history.
As a senior, averaged 13.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists. Started all 28 games. Shot a career-high .421 from the field. Scored season-high 25 points in win over Maine on Jan. 10. Hit 11-for-16 field goals in a 22 point win over Boston University on Feb. 17. Notched third double-double of the season with a 15 point, 10 rebound effort at Dartmouth on Jan. 26. Scored 18 points – including his 1,000th career point – and grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds against Hartford on Jan. 29. Had career-high eight assists against Delaware on Feb. 24.
As a junior, averaged 13.5 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.6 assists. Started all 26 games he appeared in. Led team in rebounding and ranked second in scoring. Increased averages to 13.7 points and 6.1 assists in America East conference play. Had season-high 26 point total twice, against Dartmouth on Nov. 18, and at Drexel on Feb. 5. Led team in scoring nine times.
As a sophomore, averaged 11.1 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.7 assists. Started all 27 games. Had season-high of 25 points against New Hampshire on Jan. 13. Led team in scoring five times. Snared eight rebounds at Drexel on Jan. 2.
As a freshman, averaged 7.5 points and 3.5 rebounds in 21.7 minutes. Started 14 of 27 games. Finished fifth on the team in scoring and tied for second on the team with 32 three-point field goals made.