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Shane Robinson


Tampa, FL

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Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165





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2006: Consensus preseason All- American...on Brooks Wallace watch list... NCBWA Preseason National Player of the Year.

2005: Collegiate Baseball's National Player of the's ACC Player of the Year and a candidate for all four National Player of the Year honors...just the fifth consensus first team All-American in FSU history...NCBWA District III co-player of the year...named first team All-ACC and was a candidate for ACC Player of the Year honors ...on every honors list that exists in college baseball...named to the NCAA Tallahassee Regional All-Tournament team and was one of just two FSU players to earn ACC Player of the Week honors...enjoyed a school record 40- game hitting streak that garnered the sophomore national attention including a resolution passed by the Florida House of Representatives recognizing the was the ninth longest streak ever in Division I baseball... went on to reach base safely in 17 more games giving him a 57-game streak of reaching base safely...the first player in FSU history to record 100 hits and steal 40 bases in the same season and he was also the first player in the nation to reach the 100-hit plateau in 2005...led the nation in hits (122) and runs scored (96) as he was one of only two players to finish the season ranked first nationally in two offensive categories... finished the season ranked in the top five nationally for hits (122), runs (96), on base percentage (.532), doubles (25), steals (49), steal attempts (56), games played (73) and games started (73)...the only player in America to finish in the top five in hits, runs, doubles and stolen bases...also ranked in the top 10 nationally for walks (57), total bases (173), and batting average (.427) player in America finished 2005 ranked in the top five of more offensive categories than Robinson...finished the season with the second-most bases ever stolen in a year at FSU...was in the top 10 at Florida State for single season walks (57) and third in batting average and hits...won the regular season ACC Batting Title and had more hits, runs, stolen bases and total bases than any player in the conference...there were only two games all season in which Robinson did not reach base ...Robinson's .427 batting average led the team and the ACC, and placed him tied for sixth in the nation...led the team in 12 of 22 offensive categories...had a total of 40 multihit games including 18 three hit games and 22 two hit games...recorded multiple hits in almost 55% of FSU's games...recorded a hit in over 90% of the Seminoles' games and there were only two games all season in which Robinson did not reach base...accounted for almost 30% of Florida State's runs in 2005 via RBIs or runs scored...started in the leadoff position in all 73 games that the Seminoles played in 2005...led off the game by getting on base over 57% of the time while batting .436 and slugging .654 in FSU's first at bat of a game...of the 42 times Robinson reached base to lead off a game, he scored FSU's first run 25 times...struck out only five times all season in his first at bat of a game....has now started 139 straight games in his two years at FSU...slugged .605 which led the team and placed him in the top three in the ACC... Robinson reached base more than half the time accumulating a .532 on base percentage, which lead the team and also led the ACC... his 122 hits led the ACC and the team... recorded 25 doubles which placed him second in the ACC...his 57 walks were more than double that of any of his other teammates and ranked seventh on the national leader board and was second-best in the ACC...49 stolen bases led the team, the ACC, and was good for third-best in the nation...scored 96 runs on the season, far and away the best in the ACC and put him first in the national rankings...after the season, named to the US National Team, becoming the first Seminole since Doug Mientkiewicz in 2000 to play for Team USA.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2004): Another of FSU's impressive freshmen in 2004, Robinson started all 68 games for the Seminoles in center field...Robinson was the only rookie to start every game last year and joined junior catcher Aaron Cheesman as the only two players to start all 68 contests...named ACC Tournament MVP after going 11-for-26 with six RBIs and also making several dazzling catches in centerfield...was in the top five in nine different offensive categories...led FSU in stolen bases, attempted steals and at bats... was second on the squad in doubles, total plate appearances and stolen base percentage ...fourth on the team in runs scored and fifth in hits...hit .302 with runners on base last season and reached base over 46% of the time when leading off an inning...his 16 two-out RBIs were the fourth-most on the team...had 23 multi hit games, third-most and nine multi RBI games, which was the sixth-most by a Seminole... had a season-long eight game hit streak and ended the year on a five-game run... ranked ninth in the ACC in steals per game and totaled the fifth-most steals in the conference... had the fifth-most steals per game among ACC players in conference contests.

HIGH SCHOOL: Voted first team All-State in base-ball and football as a junior and senior...hit .370 as a senior, .431 as a junior, .376 as a sophomore and .364 during his freshman season...a four-year starter in center field for Jesuit...voted the Sarasota Classic's Best Offensive Player during his junior year... named to the Saladino All-Tournament team after recording the highest batting average (.600)...picked to play for the FACA All-Star Baseball Team in 2003...played for the Perfect Game National Showcase as one of the top 200 high school prospects...ran the fastest time (6.4 in the 60) at the Showcase as a junior...recognized by Collegiate Baseball as one of the top high school prospects in the nation following his sophomore season... named to the All-Hillsborough County his sophomore year...defeated Bishop Kenny in the State Championship his freshman year in 2000 against former Seminoles Tony Richie and Dennis Anderson...also played football all four years at Jesuit...had his #3 jersey retired at Jesuit for football following his senior season...invited to play in the Florida-Georgia All-Star football game as a junior...recruited by Duke and Stanford for football.

PERSONAL: Born October 30, 1984... son of Daniel and DeEtta Robinson...majoring in real estate...went to the same high school as current Minnesota Twins pitcher Brad Radke and New York Giants kicker Jay Feely.

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