Robinson's College Career Comes to An End, NCAA Recap -

Robinson’s College Career Comes to An End, NCAA Recap

Justin Robinson’s college basketball career came to an end in the first round of the Postseason Tournament (CIT) Tuesday night, as the shorthanded Broncs lost to Northern Iowa 84-50. Robinson went 4/10 from the field and 2/2 at the line for 12 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals in 32 minutes.

Robinson finishes his career with 1,480 points, 10th most ever at Rider. Robinson also graduates with 394 assists, sixth most ever at Rider.

Robinson graduates with a program record 82 wins, the most ever at Rider over a four-year span. “They (Seniors Justin Robinson and Mike Ringgold) had a great run,” Tommy Dempsey said. “The one thing missing from their resume is the NCAA Tournament, but they won a lot of games and did go to three postseason tournaments.”

Tom Pereira played a season high 22 minutes, but could not capitalise, going 0/6 from three point range to remain scoreless, whilst grabbing 2 rebounds, dishing 1 assist and getting 2 steals.

Clemson built a double-figure lead and never backed off in beating Alabama-Birmingham 70-52 on Tuesday night in an NCAA tournament “First Four” game at the University of Dayton Arena. Ovie Soko played 27 minutes, going 2/4 from the field and 4/6 at the line for 8 points and 3 rebounds.

College of Charleston beat defending champion Dayton 94-84 in the first round of the NIT. Andrew Lawrence had 2 points on 2/2 shooting at the line, 3 rebounds and 1 assist in 26 minutes. The sixth-seeded Cougars (25-10) will take on No. 2 seed Cleveland State in the next round.

Davidson got an 85-65 victory over James Madison in the 2011 CBI. Ben Allison had 1 steal in 4 minutes off the bench. going 0/1 from the floor to remain scoreless. The Wildcats will play at Creighton in the second round of the tournament Monday, March 21.

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