Robison Named All-Conference; Shatters Three-point Record
February 25, 2011
Junior Enjoyed Fine 2010-2011 Season
LAKE WALES, Fla.--Junior, Tori Robison, was named Second Team All-Conference at The Sun Conference banquet, Thursday night, which was hosted by Warner University.
Robison enjoyed a terrific season this year, as she averaged 11.1 points and 4.0 rebounds per game. She also shot 43% from the field, 84% from the free-throw line, and 41% from beyond the three-point arc.
She averaged 2.4 three-point field goals made per game which was good for second in the conference and 19th overall in the nation. Also, her 41.8% three-point field goal percentage was good for third in the conference and 17th overall in the country.
Robison knocked down 66 three-pointers on the year, which sets a new school record, shattering the mark of 48 three-pointers made by Kristen Ledlow, set back in 2007. It was also good for third place in the conference and 23rd place in all of NAIA D-II. In just two seasons, Robison is now the school's all-time leader with 112 three-point field goals made.
She had five games on the season where she connected for five three-point field goals, along with 18 games where she recorded two or more three-pointers made.
To cap off her outstanding year, Robison was also named to the conference's All-Academic team for the second straight year. She ended the 2010 fall semester with a 3.68 G.P.A.