|HONORS & AWARDS
|2018||American Weekly Honor Roll (April 3)|
|2018||American Weekly Honor Roll (March 26)|
|2018||American Weekly Honor Roll (March 19)|
|2018||American Weekly Honor Roll (Feb. 26)|
|2018||CB National Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 19)|
|2018||USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award Preseason Watch List|
|2018||The American Preseason Pitcher of the Year|
|2018||The American Preseason Team|
|2018||NCBWA Preseason First Team All-American|
|2018||PG Preseason Second Team All-American|
|2018||CB Preseason Second Team All-American|
|2017||ABCA Third Team All-American|
|2017||ABCA First Team All-Region|
|2017||NCBWA First Team All-American|
|2017||PG Second Team All-American|
|2017||NCBWA National Pitcher of the Month (May)|
|2017||CB Second Team All-American|
|2017||The American Pitcher of the Year|
|2017||First Team All-American Conference (SP)|
|2017||American Championship All-Tournament Team|
|2017||American Weekly Honor Roll (May 15)|
|2017||American Pitcher of the Week (May 8)|
|2017||American Weekly Honor Roll (April 3)|
|2017||American Pitcher of the Week (March 27)|
|2016||NCBWA Second Team Freshman All-American (LHP)|
|2016||Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American (LHP)|
|2016||Silver Glove Series vs. Rice MVP|
|2016||American Pitcher of the Week (May 16)|
Named a First Team All-American -- the first for Houston since 2006...Earned All-America honors by Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA, Perfect Game and ABCA...Was also a First Team All-Region selection...Named American Pitcher of the Year and a First Team All-Conference selection...Became first conference Pitcher of the Year for the Cougars since Brad Lincoln in 2006...Led the American with a 2.04 ERA and became Houston's first 10-game winner since 2013...Finished with a 10-2 record in 15 starts...Led conference with four complete games and two complete game shutouts...Totaled 101.1 innings and struck out 82, while walking just 15...Held opponents to a .238 average...Notched three straight complete games during conference play in starts over UConn (May 6), at Tulane (May 13) and vs. Cincinnati (May 19)...Began the year as Houston's midweek starter, tossing six starts in that role...Tossed first career complete game shutout, allowing five hits with five strikeouts at Louisiana-Lafayette (March 21)...Tallied 21.1 consecutive shutout innings from March 14-April 7)...Broke into weekend rotation vs. East Carolina (April 7), striking out six in 7.0 innings for the win...Improved to 6-0 before falling in just his first of only two losses of the year...Struck out a career-high 11 hitters in a complete game shutout effort at Tulane (May 13)...Earned a win in the American Championship vs. UConn (May 27), striking out seven in 7.0 innings to become a 10-game winner...Helped Houston to a regular-season and conference tournament championship title as well as the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Houston Regional...Drafted in 38th round (1,141) by the Houston Astros.
Showed well in his true freshman season as part of the Houston pitching staff...Made 15 appearances with five starts...Finished the year with a 1.29 ERA and a 5-2 record...Totaled 56.0 innings and struck out 42, while walking just nine...Held opponents to a .214 average...Earned first career win in relief vs. Texas (April 12)...Made first career start in a 4-3 win over Sam Houston State (April 26)...Earned his second career win in an 8.0 shutout inning effort at Rice (May 10)...Was named the Silver Glove Series MVP after tossing 12.2 innings with 10 strikeouts and no earned runs vs. Rice in two appearances...Pitched 7.0 innings, allowing just one run with a season-high nine strikeouts in an American Championship win vs. Cincinnati (May 24)...Went eight appearances without walking a hitter...Didn't allow an earned run through his first four appearances, totaling 5.0 innings with six strikeouts...Was named American Pitcher of the Week following a week where he earned two wins in two starts (at Rice, at Cincinnati).
Was a key contributor in Lufkin High School’s success over his four-year career…Helped team to a Regional Championship and a First Place District standing his senior season…Finished 2015 with a 10-1 record, a 0.97 ERA and 102 strikeouts as a left-handed pitcher…Named a First Team Louisville All-American…Earned District MVP honors…Named to All-State Third Team and was a two-time First Team All-District honoree in 2015 and 2014…Earned Second Team All-District honors following his freshman and sophomore campaigns…Also lettered in football as the quarterback…Led Lufkin to two third-place District finishes in final two seasons…Earned First Team All-District honors both seasons.
Full name is James Daniel Cumbie III…Goes by Trey…Born July 12, 1996 in Lufkin, Texas…Son of Jennifer and Jim Cumbie…Has two sisters, Claire and Camille…Major is undecided.