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#10 Robbie Lemons
Position: Guard
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 205
Year: Senior
Hometown: Carmichael, Calif.
High School: Sacramento Country Day HS
Major: Economics
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FEATURES: The Sacramento Bee (3/19/14) | San Francisco Chronicle (2/25/14) | www.gostanford.com (12/7/12)

2013-14: Game-by-Game Stats ... Pac-12 All-Academic First Team honoree … appeared in 35 games, making only start on Senior Day ... averaged 2.0 points and 1.1 rebounds ... 24-69 from the field and 14-45 from three-point territory ... scored five points off the bench against Texas Southern (Nov. 21) ... against South Dakota State (Dec. 1), chipped in with five points and four rebounds in 18 minutes ... in 23 minutes at Oregon (Jan. 12), totaled five points, three rebounds and two assists ... poured in nine points (3-5 3FG) in 19 minutes off bench against Washington State (Jan. 15) ... added four points and three steals in career-high 26 minutes off bench against Washington (Jan. 18) ... chipped in with seven points in 18 minutes against UCLA (Jan. 23) ... added six points and four rebounds in 17 minutes versus USC (Feb. 20) ... against UCLA (Mar. 14), totaled eight points in 13 minutes ... knocked down two free throws with 23 seconds left against to ice a victory over New Mexico (Mar. 21).

2012-13: Game-by-Game Stats ... Pac-12 All-Academic First Team selection ... NABC Honors Court selection ... appeared in 22 games, making three starts ... averaged 3.4 points per game ... 16-40 (40.0 percent) from three-point range ... during Stanford's three-game stretch at the Battle 4 Atlantis, averaged 6.3 points while shooting 46.7 percent (7-15) from the field ... scored five points in 18 minutes against Missouri (Nov. 22) ... added five points and three boards in career-high 26 minutes against Northern Iowa (Nov. 23) ... chipped in with nine points (4-5 FG) versus Minnesota (Nov. 24) ... against Northwestern (Dec. 21), scored career-high 12 points (4-8 3FG) and grabbed career-high four rebounds in his first collegiate start ... added seven points and four boards against Lafayette (Dec. 29) ... pitched in with six points and three rebounds in 16 minutes off the bench against Stephen F. Austin (Mar. 19) ... contributed 10 points (4-8 FG, 2-4 3FG) and four rebounds against Alabama (Mar. 23).

2011-12: Game-by-Game Stats ... Played in 13 games, all off the bench ... received 39 minutes of playing time ... 2-8 from the field ... knocked down a three-pointer in season-high six minutes off the bench at UC Davis (Nov. 18) ... added a bucket off the bench in three minutes against Pacific (Nov. 28) ... grabbed two rebounds in three minutes versus Bethune-Cookman (Dec. 19) ... played final two minutes of Pac-12 Tournament victory against Arizona State (Mar. 7) ... received three minutes of playing time in NIT victories over Nevada (Mar. 21) and Minnesota (Mar. 29).

2010-11: Game-by-Game Stats ... Played in 10 games, all as a reserve ... joined squad in the fall as a walk-on ... made his collegiate debut against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Nov. 21), playing the final five minutes and knocking down a jumper for his first collegiate basket while also snagging two rebounds ... added a three-pointer in four minutes against UC Riverside (Dec. 12) ... played nine minutes in a loss at Butler (Dec. 18) ... receiving playing time in six Pac-10 games ... finished 1-3 from the foul line against Oregon State (Jan. 29) ... played five minutes at California (Mar. 5), dishing out one assist.

High School: 2010 graduate of Sacramento Country Day High School in Sacramento, Calif. ... four-year letterwinner in basketball, while also earning letters in baseball and soccer for one season apiece ... led the nation in scoring for much of his senior season, eventually finishing second at 36.4 points per game ... also finishing as the leading scorer in the state of California ... two-time team MVP ...all-city and all-state selection ... member of club team, Team 94.

Personal: Born in Sacramento, Calif. ... parents are VanBuren Ross Lemons and Laura Anderson ... uncle, Greg Anderson, played basketball at San Francisco.

 

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