MILESTONES: Scored his 400th career point versus UNLV on Feb. 18, 2006... Grabbed his 100th career rebound versus BYU on Feb. 16, 2004.
2005-06 JUNIOR SEASON: Freddy missed six games during the year due to injury but moved into a starting role during the team's trip to Hawaii... Played in 25 games and started in 15, including the team's last nine contests... Averaged 5.7 points on 51.0 percent shooting (51-of-100) with 2.4 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 0.8 steals in 16.8 minutes per game... Scored in 20 games, including six double-digit efforts... Scored in double figures five times in the team's last nine games and hit 9-of-17 threes in those contests... Led the team in scoring three times, in rebounds once, in assists once and in steals eight times... Had a season-best 18 points on 6-of-8 shooting in CSU's win at Wyoming (2/25)... Matched his career high with eight rebounds against San Diego State (2/4). 2005-2006 Freddy missed six games during the year due
Robinson sat out the entire 2004-05 season with an injury to his achilles tendon suffered before the season.
2003-04 SOPHOMORE SEASON
Freddy's sophomore season was highlighted by his career-best 31-point effort at UNLV on Feb. 21. In the game, Robinson also tallied eight rebounds and four assists while making good on four three-point attempts.
Freddy followed up his performance at UNLV with a 19-point game in CSU's win over New Mexico rounding out a season that saw him hit double-figures in scoring 11 times.
During the year, Freddy started in 22 of 27 games played and sat out two games due to a hamstring injury.
Robinson played in only six games due to a back injury and was awarded a medical hardship year of eligibility.
2001-02 FRESHMAN SEASON
Freddy made two starts in 24 games played in his rookie campaign. He recorded his top night of the season in a 12-point game against Hawai'i and collected a season-best seven rebounds at Wyoming.
Robinson suffered a left medial collateral knee ligament injury Nov. 30 and missed his next six games.
Robinson finished his first season at CSU averaging 3.3 points and 1.7 rebounds per game.
Freddy was regarded as one of Oklahoma's premier prep players at Tulsa Central. He was nominated for the McDonald's All-American team and ranked among the nation's top players by several recruiting publications. Freddy averaged 23.5 points and 7.5 rebounds per game as a senior and three-year starter for coach Terry Scott. He was named to all-state teams as a junior and senior and was an all-district performer all four years as a varsity athlete. Robinson led his team to the district title three times and was a team captain twice. He averaged in double-figures scoring three years at Central.
WHY I CHOSE CSU
"I chose to come to Colorado State because I like and trust the coaching staff."