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Robert Gilchrist

Hometown:
London, England

High School:
Worcester Academy

Last College:
Polk State College

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 220

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
10/14/1990

Experience:
2 VL


04/14/2014

White, Miller And Gilchrist Honored At Banquet

Seniors celebrated at season-ending banquet at University Center Club.

04/10/2014

Men's Basketball Banquet Set For April 14

Honors banquet to celebrate seniors White, Miller and Gilchrist.

03/30/2014

'Noles Ready To Seize Opportunity

FSU enters NIT semifinal game playing its best basketball of the season

03/18/2014

'Noles Moving On

Determined FSU turns back Florida Gulf Coast in NIT opener, 58-53

03/08/2014

White Ready To Make More Memories

Pivotal play of senior forward has 'Noles on the cusp of a another NCAA berth

02/17/2014

Florida State vs. North Carolina (USATSI)

Florida State vs. North Carolina (USATSI)

01/18/2014

Florida State vs. Virginia - USATSI

Florida State vs. Virginia - USATSI

01/04/2014

Men's Basketball vs. Virginia

USATSI Gallery

12/30/2013

Florida State vs. Charleston Southern (USATSI)

Florida State vs. Charleston Southern (USATSI)

12/21/2013

Florida State vs. UMass

Florida State men's basketball

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ON GILCHRIST: A member of two NIT teams in his two seasons as a Seminole who helped Florida State win 40 overall games, the championship of the 2013 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic and advance to the semifinals of the prestigious postseason NIT in 2014...will earn his bachelor's degree in social science in August of 2014 from Florida State University...played in 61 career games and earned 24 starts as a member of the Seminoles starting line-up for much of the 2013-14 season...also started 12 of 18 ACC games as a senior and played in 33 career ACC games...helped Florida State continue its tradition of being ranked as the third winningest team in ACC play since the start of the 2005-06 season...during his two seasons as a Seminole, Gilchrist helped Florida State defeat two nationally ranked teams (No.10 VCU and No.13 UMass during the 2013-14 season) and win three of five NIT games...played in New York City in three different games as a Seminole - two at Barclays Center during the 2013 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic and one in the famed Madison Square Garden during the 2014 NIT...enjoyed his best season as a Seminole during his senior year as he established career-high statistics in 20 different categories including games played (36), games started (24), minutes played (474), minutes played per game (13.2), points per game (3.0 ppg) and rebounds per game (1.8 rpg)...started the first 23 games of the season as he was one of only four Seminoles who started at least 24 games during the 2013-14 season...showed continuous improvement throughout his career as he earned his way into the Seminoles' starting line-up as a senior after playing in only 25 games with zero starts during his first season as a Seminole in 2012-13...was at his best as a senior as he scored in double figures four times in the first 10 games of the season with his career-high of 12 points coming in the Seminoles' 62-60 win over Northeastern in the third round of the 2013 Puerto-Rico Tip-Off...a strong defensive player who helped Florida State rank second in the ACC in blocked shots and third in field goal percentage defense during his senior season...

AS A SENIOR: Averaged a career-high 3.0 points (seventh on the team). 1.8 rebounds (eighth), and 0.6 blocked shots (fifth) while playing in a career-high 36 games and earning a career-high 24 starts...played on Florida State's 2014 NIT Semifinalist team - the second consecutive season he had helped lead the Seminoles into post season play...earned career-high statistics for games played (36), games started (24), field goals made (47), field goals attempted (104), field goal shooting percentage (.452), 3-point field goals made (three), 3-point field goals attempted (nine), 3-point field goal shooting percentage (.333), free throws made (10), free throws attempted (26), offensive rebounds (27), defensive rebounds (39), total rebounds (66), rebounds per game (1.9), assists (eight), blocked shots (20), steals (11), minutes played (474), minutes played per game (13.2), points scored (107), and points scored per game (3.0)...more than doubled his offensive and defensive output as a senior...

ROBERT GILCHRIST'S CAREER STATISTICS

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Robert Gilchrist's Career Highs
PTS     12 vs. Northeastern (11-24-13)
FGM     6 vs. Northeastern (11-24-13)
FGA     10 vs. UMass (12-21-13)
FG%     1.000 vs. Notre Dame (1-21-14)
        1.000 vs. Buffalo (11-12-12)
3FGM    2 vs. Jacksonville (11-8-13)
3FGA    3 vs. Jacksonville (11-8-13)
3FG%    .667 vs. Jacksonville (11-8-13)
FTM     3 vs. Charlotte (12-17-13)
FTA     4 vs. Charlotte (12-17-13)
        4 at UCF (11-13-13)
        4 at Auburn (1-2-13)
FT%     1.000 vs. Clemson (2-1-14)
        1.000 vs. Duke (2-2-13)
OR      5 at Clemson (1-9-14)
DR      5 vs. Northeastern (11-24-13)
        5 at Miami (1-27-13)
REBS    7 at Clemson (1-9-14)
AST     2 vs. Jacksonville (11-8-13)
BLK     3 at UCF (11-13-13)
STL     2 vs. Charlotte (12-17-13)
        2 vs. Jacksonville State (12-8-13)
        2 vs. Florida (12-5-12)
MIN     31 vs. Northeastern (11-24-13)
        31 at UCF (11-13-13)

...scored more than twice as many points as a senior as compared to his junior season (107-47), pulled down more than twice as many rebounds as a senior (66-29) and blocked more than three times as many shots as a senior (20) as compared to his junior season...one of seven Seminoles who played in all 36 games and one of only four players who started at least 24 games...made the first start of his career in the season-opener against Jacksonville and started the first 23 games of the season (Nov. 8 against Jacksonville through February 8 against Maryland)...was also a starter on Senior Day against Syracuse (March 9) at the Donald L. Tucker Center...played in each of the Seminoles' 18 ACC games with a career-high 12 conference starts coming as a senior...played in all four of Florida State's games in the NIT as the Seminoles defeated Florida Gulf Coast, Georgetown and Louisiana Tech before falling to Minnesota in the semifinals of the tournament in a game that was played in the famed Madison Square Garden in New York...established single game career-highs for points scored (12 against Northeastern, Nov. 24), rebounds (6 against Northeastern), 3-point field goals made (two against Jacksonville, Nov. 8), free throws made (3 against Maryland, Feb. 8 and against Charlotte, Nov. 17), rebounds (seven at Clemson, Jan. 9), blocked shots (3 at UCF, Nov. 13) and minutes played (31 vs. Northeastern)...tied his ACC career-high with six points in the Seminoles' victory over Notre Dame (Jan. 21) and against North Carolina (Feb. 17)...marked the second time in his career that he had scored his ACC career-high of six points against the Tar Heels...also scored six points against the Tar Heels on March 3, 2013...scored in double figures in a career-high four different games including his career-high of 12 points in Florida State's victory over Northeastern...scored 10 points in the first two games of the season (10 against Jacksonville and 10 at UCF) to mark his first double figure scoring game of his career and the first time he scored in double figures in consecutive games in his career...shot nine of 14 from the field (.643 percent) and two of four (.500 percent) from the 3-point line in averaging 10.0 points scored per game in the first two games of his senior season...scored 11 points in the Seminoles' 106-62 victory over Charlotte (Dec. 17)...totaled five or more rebounds in four different games including his career-high of seven in the Seminoles win over Clemson at Littlejohn Coliseum (Jan. 9)...blocked his career high of three shots in Florida State's victory at UCF) and blocked multiple shots in victories over UT Martin (Nov. 17) and Louisiana Tech in the NIT (March 26) and at Maryland (Feb. 8)...tied his career high with two steals in three games - against Jacksonville State (Dec. 8) and Charlotte and against Clemson in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...increased his playing time as he more than doubled his minutes played total to 474 minutes as a senior - up from 209 as a junior...earned double figure minutes in the first 15 games of the season and in 25 of the 36 games in which he played...played his career high of 31 minutes in Florida State's victories over UCF and Northeastern...played at least 20 minutes in six different games...his ACC season high for minutes played came at Maryland with 19 minutes...played 15 minutes in Florida State's victory over Louisiana Tech in the quarterfinal round of the NIT...(vs. Boston College): Totaled zero points and zero rebounds in Florida State's only game of the season against Boston College...totaled two first half minutes of playing time as Florida State won 74-70 at the Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, Mass. (March 4)...first half efforts helped Florida State hold as much as a four-point lead and forge a 33-33 tie at the intermission...Florida State outscored Boston College in the second half by a 41-37 margin to gain the ACC road win and guarantee itself a .500 record in ACC play for the sixth consecutive season...(vs. Clemson): Averaged 4.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Clemson...led the Seminoles with 10 total rebounds in the two-game series during which Florida State won at Clemson and Clemson won at Florida State...totaled four points and a career-high seven rebounds as a starter in Florida State's 56-41 victory over Clemson in Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson, S.C. (Jan. 9)...two points and two rebounds helped Florida State take as much as a nine-point first half lead and a 21-16 halftime advantage...his two first half points helped Florida State extend its lead to 15-6 with 8:26 left before halftime and was part of a 13-6 run that gave the Seminoles a lead they did not relinquish in winning their ACC road opener for the 2014 season...two points in the second half on a lay-up to give the Seminoles a 10-point advantage at the 13:19 mark (31-21) soon after Clemson had closed its gap to 21-19 early in the second half...team and career high seven rebounds (four in the second half as Florida State outrebounded the Tigers 27-24 in the second half) to claim the important road win...scored four points, totaled three rebounds and his ACC career-high of two steals as a starter in 14 minutes of playing time as Clemson defeated Florida State, 53-49, in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...all four points and both of his steals came in the first half as Florida State jumped to a 20-17 halftime lead...all four of his points came in the final 3:20 of the half and helped the Seminoles move from three down to three up at the intermission...was perfect on two free throw shots to pull the Seminoles to within one at 17-16 with 3:20 remaining...after a lay-up by Okaro While at the 2:08 mark put the Seminoles up 18-17, Gilchrist closed out the first half scoring with a lay-up at the 0:34 mark to put Florida State up 20-17...his defensive effort with two steals in the final 3:20 led directly to four points - two on his pair of free throws after he was fouled by Rod Hall and two more on White's lay-up at the 2:08 mark...(vs. Duke): Scored four points and added one rebound in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...was two of three from the field (.667 percent) and added one assist in 18 minutes as a starter in his first trip to Cameron Indoor Stadium (Jan. 25)...totaled four points (all in the first half) as Florida State fell to Duke 78-56...(vs. Georgia Tech): Totaled zero points, two rebounds and one blocked shot in Florida State's only game of the season against Georgia Tech...the Seminoles evened their ACC record at 8-8 with their 81-71 win over the Yellow Jackets in Tallahassee (March 2)...two rebounds and one blocked shot in the first half helped the Seminoles to a 35-31 halftime lead...his blocked shot of a lay-up attempt by Trae Golden at the 12:18 mark of the first half helped Florida State hold onto a 17-11 advantage...earned three minutes of playing time as Florida State outscored Georgia Tech, 46-40 in the second half to earn the ACC home court win...(vs. Maryland): Averaged 1.0 point and 1.0 rebound in three games against Maryland...the Seminoles and Terps met twice during the regular season and once in the ACC Tournament in Greensboro, N.C. as the Seminoles took two of three wins including a buzzer-beating win in the second round of the ACC Tournament...scored zero points and added one rebound in six minutes of playing time as Florida State defeated Maryland, 85-61, in Tallahassee (Jan. 12)...the Seminoles made an ACC record 16 3-point shots in leading the game by at least 31 points and never trailing in the game...blocked one shot in the first half as Florida State jumped to a 42-22 halftime lead in taking the win at home...totaled three points, two blocked shots and one rebound as Florida State traveled to play at College Park and fell to the Terps, 83-71...tied his career high with three free throws made in the game - one in the first half and two in the second half as Florida State lost on the road (Feb. 8)...scored zero points and added one rebound in three minutes of playing time in Florida State's dramatic 67-65 win over Maryland in the second round of the 2014 ACC Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum...first half rebound helped Florida State trail by only two (34-32) at halftime...Florida State outscored the Terps, 35-31, in the second half with a buzzer-beating dunk by Boris Bojanovsky with 0.4 seconds remaining in regulation giving the Seminoles the win and advancing them to the quarterfinals of the event for the second time in Gilchrist's two-year Seminole career...(vs. Miami): Totaled two points and two rebounds in two games against Miami...averaged nine minutes played in the two games as the in-state rivals split the two-game regular season series with each team winning on the other's home court...the Seminoles won in Coral Gables, 63-53, while the Hurricanes won in Tallahassee, 77-73...scored two points and added two rebounds in 15 minutes as a starter as Florida State won, 63-53, in Coral Gables (Jan. 15)...both rebounds came in the second half as Florida State worked to stay with the Hurricanes in the first 20 minutes of the game...the Seminoles outrebounded the Hurricanes, 18-9, but trailed 28-24 at the intermission...his two second half points came on the first basket of the second half as Florida State mounted a comeback to take the ACC road win...Gilchrist's basket at the 19:03 mark brought Florida State within two at 28-26 and began a game-ending 39-25 run for Florida State which saw them outscore Miami, 39-35, over the course of the final 20 minutes on their home court...his second half opening bucket allowed Florida State to score the first seven points of the second half and go on to gain the double digit victory...earned three minutes of playing time as Florida State fell to Miami, 77-73, in Tallahassee (Feb. 10)...(vs. North Carolina): Tied his ACC career-high of six points in 17 minutes of playing time in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...his six points matched his ACC high of six points against the Tar Heels on March 3, 2013 and against Notre Dame on Jan. 21, 2014...was two of three from the field (.667 percent) and made two free throws as North Carolina won, 81-75, in Tallahassee (Feb. 17)...each of his six points came in the first half as Florida State jumped out to as much as a 15-point lead and led, 36-33, at the intermission...two points on a dunk gave the Seminoles a 17-3 lead at the 13:41 mark...one of two made free throws gave Florida State a 22-8 advantage at the 9:08 mark...another free throw at the 4:36 mark put Florida State up 28-20 and a jumper at the 3:22 mark allowed the Seminoles to take a 36-33 lead at halftime...all six of his points and all four of his rebounds came in the 14 minutes of playing time in the first half...(vs. NC State): Totaled two points, one blocked shot and one steal in Florida State's only game of the season against NC State...the Wolfpack won the game, 74-70, at home in Raleigh (Jan. 29)...two points as a starter in the first half of the game pulled Florida State to within three at 20-17 at the 10:04 mark of the first half...Florida State outscored the Wolfpack by a 37-35 margin in the second half of the ACC road game but could not recover from as much as an eight point deficit in the second 20 minutes to earn the win... (vs. Notre Dame): Scored six points and pulled down one rebound in Florida State's only game of the season against ACC newcomer Notre Dame...his six points against the Irish tied his career high for an ACC game and helped the Seminoles earn the 76-74 win in Tallahassee (Jan. 21)...scored his six points on a perfect three of three shooting effort from the field (1.000 percent) as a starter in 10 total minutes of playing time...two points in five minutes of playing time in the first half helped the Seminoles to a 41-33 advantage at the intermission...totaled four points in a 39 second span of the second which half helped propel the Seminoles to the win...a jumper at the 17:52 mark put the Seminoles up 46-38 and a second jumper at the 17:13 mark put Florida State up by 10 at 48-38...his four points at that juncture would prove incredibly important in the outcome of the game...Notre Dame rallied to tie the game at 74-74 on a lay-up by Pat Connaughton with 34 seconds remaining in the game...Ian Miller won the game for Florida State with a floater in the lane with four seconds left to play...(vs. Pitt): Totaled zero points and zero rebounds in one game against NCAA Tournament participant Pitt...earned two minutes of playing time in the first half of the game as Florida State took the 71-66 win over the Panthers on their home court (Feb. 23)...two minutes of playing time in the first half helped the Seminoles take a 37-31 halftime...the halftime lead with Gilchrist's play was important as the Panthers outscored the Seminoles by a 35-34 advantage in the second half...the win over the previously nationally ranked Panthers was the Seminoles' seventh ACC win of the season...(vs. Syracuse): Totaled zero points and zero rebounds in six minutes of playing time against NCAA Tournament participant Syracuse...was a starter on Senior Day against the Orange who took the 74-58 win in Tallahassee (March 9)...(vs. Virginia): Averaged 0.7 points and 1.7 rebounds in three games against ACC Champion and NCAA Tournament participant Virginia...a starter in two of the three games against Virginia as the Cavaliers won in Tallahassee, in Charlottesville and in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament in Greensboro, N.C. ...totaled zero points, three rebounds and one steal in 12 minutes of play as a starter in the Seminoles' ACC opener at home against Virginia (Jan. 4)...the Cavaliers began their march to the ACC Championship with a 62-50 win in Tallahassee...scored zero points but added one rebound and one blocked shot in 13 minutes as a starter as Florida State traveled to play at Charlottesville...the Cavaliers jumped to a 45-26 half time advantage and cruised to a 78-66 win at the John Paul Jones Arena (Jan. 18)...scored two points and pulled down one rebound in four minutes of playing time as Florida State played the Cavaliers in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament...totaled two first half points as Florida State trailed 32-27 at halftime...Virginia won the game 64-51 to advance to the semifinals of the tournament (March 14)...(vs. Virginia Tech): Scored two points in 13 minutes of playing time in Florida State's only game of the season against Virginia Tech...the Seminoles defeated the Hokies, 70-50, at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee (Feb. 5)...two first half points at the 15:59 mark of the first half gave the Seminoles a 7-4 advantage - a lead they did not relinquish for the remainder of the game...Florida State led 31-20 at halftime and won the game going away...(vs. Wake Forest): Totaled zero points and zero rebounds in eight minutes of playing time in Florida State's only game of the season against Wake Forest...earned four minutes of playing time in both halves and helped the Seminoles recover from as much as a 16-point deficit in the first half to win, 67-60, at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem, N.C. ...after falling behind by as many as 16 in the first half (the Seminoles trailed 24-8 with 8:16 left in the intermission...Florida State outscored the Deacons 59-36 over the final 28 minutes of the game to gain the ACC road victory...(vs. Florida): Scored four points, pulled down three rebounds and blocked one shot against Florida...the Gators hit a free throw with one second remaining to pull out the 67-66 win over Florida State at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center in Gainesville (Nov. 29)...all four points came in the first half as Florida State took as much as an eight point lead during the first 20 minutes of the game...gave Florida State a 10-7 lead at the 13:38 mark of the first half with a jumper...gave the Seminoles a one point lead (20-19) with a lay-up at the 4:02 mark...five minutes played in the second half helped the Seminoles erase as much as a nine-point Florida lead in the second half...the Seminoles tied the game at 66-66 on two free throws by Ian Miller with 27 seconds remaining in the game before the Gators won it with one second left to play...(In three games during the Puerto Rico Tip-Off): Averaged 6.7 points and 2.7 rebounds in three games during the 2013 Puerto Rico Tip-Off...helped Florida State finish with a 2-1 record and a third place finish in the event...shot the ball exceedingly well as he made 10 of 17 shots from the field (.588 percent) in scoring 20 points during the tournament...Florida State defeated No. 10 VCU and Northeastern but fell in overtime to No. 13 Michigan in the second game of the tournament...started all three games in the event and averaged 20.3 minutes played per game...with two blocked shots he was one of four Seminoles with multiple blocked shots in the three game event...(vs. VCU): Scored six points, pulled down three rebounds and blocked one shot as Florida State dismantled No. 10 and NCAA Tournament participant VCU in the first round of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off...his six points allowed Florida State to defeat the No. 10 ranked Rams, 85-67, after leading by as many as 30 points in the second half of the tournament game in San Juan, Puerto Rico (Nov. 21)...two first half points helped Florida State take a 48-36 halftime lead while his four second half points enabled the Seminoles to lead by as many as 30 points in taking the runaway victory...a first half dunk at the 9:29 mark gave Florida State a 23-18 lead...a second half dunk with 15:40 left to be played gave the Seminoles a 62-38 (+24 point) lead...a third dunk in the game put the Seminoles up 74-54 with 9:00 minutes left in the game...Florida State pushed its lead to +30 (85-55) on a free throw by Okaro White with 4:49 remaining...(vs. Michigan): Totaled two points and one blocked shot in 11 minutes of playing time against NCAA Tournament participant Michigan in the second round of the Puerto-Rico Tip-Off...the No. 13 ranked Wolverines recovered from a 16-point second half deficit to gain the 82-80 win in overtime (Nov. 22)...his only bucket of the game came on a lay-up at the 17:51 mark of the first half to give Florida State an early 6-2 lead...(vs. Northeastern): Scored his career-high of 12 points to lead Florida State over Northeastern in the third and final round of the Puerto Rico Tip-off...also tied for the team high with five rebounds (a career high five defensive rebounds) in a career-high tying 31 minutes played...Florida State needed each of the 12 points Gilchrist added to the team total as they trailed much of the game and won on a short jumper by guard Devon Bookert with 0.5 seconds remaining in the game...made a career-high six field goals in scoring his career-high of 12 points...six points scored in both halves with six points coming in 11 minutes during the first half and six points coming in 20 minutes played during the second half...kept himself on the floor in the second half as he committed only two fouls as he played the entire second half...incredibly important basket came right at the end of the first half on a dunk with two seconds remaining on the game clock to pull the Seminoles to within two at 29-28 after they had trailed by as many as eight during the first half...six second half points helped Florida State roar back and survive four ties and three lead changes in the final 20 minutes of play...a lay-up with 13:43 remaining to be played gave Florida State a 41-39 advantage...a dunk with 3:28 left to be played put Florida State up 56-52 - the Seminoles did not trail after that basket by Gilchrist...(In four games during the NIT): Averaged 1.0 points and 1.3 rebounds in four games played as Florida State advanced to the semifinals of the prestigious NIT and played in Madison Square Garden...averaged 7.0 minutes played in the four games as Florida State defeated Florida Gulf Coast, Georgetown and Louisiana Tech before falling to Minnesota in the championship semifinals...(vs. Florida Gulf Coast): Totaled zero points and zero rebounds against Florida Gulf Coast in the first round of the NIT at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee (March 18)...helped Florida State recover from as much as a six-point second half deficit to gain the win...his play in the first half helped Florida State take a 24-19 halftime edge and win the game going away by a 58-53 margin...(vs. Georgetown): Totaled two points in seven minutes of playing time as Florida State defeated Georgetown in the second round of the NIT in a game played in Tallahassee (March 24)...the Seminoles scored a 101-90 victory over the visiting Hoyas as the Seminoles shot .682 percent (30 of 44) from the field for the game...his two points came on a dunk with 9:40 remaining in the game which gave Florida State a 74-58 advantage...the Seminoles would push their lead to as many as 17 in gain the victory...(vs. Louisiana Tech): Totaled two points, five rebounds and two blocked shots as Florida State defeated Louisiana Tech in the quarterfinals of the NIT...the Seminoles took the 78-75 win at home in Tallahassee (March 26)...two points were vital to the Seminoles victory and tied the game at 30-30 on a tip-in with 2:38 left in the first half...helped Florida State outscore the Bulldogs by a 9-3 margin in the final 3:16 of the half and allowed the Seminoles to take a 37-33 halftime lead...one of six Seminoles with five or more rebounds as Florida State outrebounded Louisiana Tech by a 43-36 margin...his five rebounds marked one of four times during the season that he pulled down five or more rebounds in a single game...15 minutes of playing time against Louisiana Tech was his career high for minutes played in a postseason game...(vs. Minnesota): Scored zero points and pulled down zero rebounds against Minnesota in the semifinals of the NIT in a game played in Madison Square Garden (April 1)...Florida State lost to the Golden Gophers, 67-64, in overtime...

AS A JUNIOR (2013): Averaged 1.9 points (11th on the team) and 1.2 rebounds (10th) while playing in 25 games including both of the Seminoles' games against Clemson and North Carolina in the 2013 ACC Tournament and against Louisiana Tech in the 2013 NIT...played in 15 of Florida State's 18 regular season ACC games and helped the Seminoles to a 9-9 record and a sixth place finish in the ACC standings...it marked the school record fifth consecutive season that the Seminoles had won at least nine conference games in a single season...earned playing time against each of the Seminoles' 11 ACC opponents...earned playing time for the first time in his Seminole career with two points, one assist and one steal in seven minutes as Florida State defeated Buffalo, 95-68, in the second round of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic (Nov. 12) in a game played in Tallahassee...earned five minutes of playing time and responded with one blocked shot in the Seminoles' win over BYU in the semifinals of the tournament...the Seminoles defeated Saint Joseph's in the championship game to claim the title...the final two games of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic were played at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. ...first taste of extended playing time came in 12 minutes in Florida State's 91-59 win over Maine in Tallahassee (Dec. 9)...totaled his season high of seven points, his season high of six rebounds and made the first 3-point shot of his career in the win over the Black Bears...10 minutes of playing time and two points came in the Seminoles' 82-63 win over Tulsa in the Orange Bowl Classic (Dec. 29)...(vs. Boston College): Totaled zero points and three rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Boston College...earned four minutes of playing time in Florida State's 69-66 win in Tallahassee (Feb. 16)...all four of his minutes played and all three of his rebounds came in the first half as Florida State built a 31-26 advantage in the first 20 minutes of the game...helped Florida State gain a 19-11 rebounding advantage and hold the lead throughout the first half as it opened the scoring on a jumper by Okaro White to take a lead it did not give up until the second half...(vs. Clemson): Averaged 1.0 point and 1.0 rebound in two games played against Clemson...earned 17 minutes of playing time as the Seminoles defeated the Tigers in Tallahassee and earned one minute of playing time in Florida State's win over Clemson in the first round of the ACC Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum...scored two points, pulled down two rebounds and earned one blocked shot as Florida State earned a 60-57 win over Clemson in Tallahassee (Jan. 24)...his only basket of the game came at the 9:39 mark of the first half and pulled the Seminoles to within one at 12-11...despite trailing by eight at halftime (29-21) the Seminoles outscored the Tigers, 39-28, in the second half to gain the win...the win came on a buzzer beating 3-point shot by Michael Snaer that gave the Seminoles the 60-57 win...the lead was Florida State's only lead of the second half...totaled zero points and zero rebounds in one minute of playing time in his first career ACC Tournament game against Clemson...the Seminoles held on to defeat the Tigers, 73-69, at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C. (March 14)...(vs. Duke): Scored four points and pulled down one rebound in 12 minutes of play in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...the Blue Devils made 11 3-point field goals and defeated the Seminoles, 79-60, in Tallahassee (March 2)...was a perfect two of two from the free throw line in the game against Duke - a total that accounted for half of his made free throws during his junior season...all four of his points (one made field goals and two made free throws) came in eight minutes played during the first half...also assisted on a lay-up during the first half to account directly for six of the Seminoles' 22 points in the first half...(vs. Georgia Tech): Totaled three points and pulled down two rebounds in 10 minutes of play in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Georgia Tech...all of his playing time (10 minutes) along with his points (three) and rebounds (two) came in the first half as Florida State jumped out to an early 13 point lead (13-0) only to trail by one at halftime (27-26)...pushed Florida State's lead to 17-11 on a jumper at the 9:25 mark and broke a 22-22 tie with a free throw at the 2:25 mark to put the Seminoles up 23-22...the Seminoles benefited from the heroics of Michael Snaer who made a lay-up at the buzzer to gain the 56-54 win over the Yellow Jackets in Atlanta (Feb. 5)...(vs. Maryland): Totaled zero points and zero rebounds in seven minutes of playing time in one of two games against NIT participant Maryland during the regular season...earned playing time in the Seminoles' victory over Maryland at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee (Jan. 30)...earned five minutes of playing time in the first half and helped the Seminoles pull into a 34-34 tie at halftime...earned two minutes of playing time in the second half as Florida State rallied for the 73-71 win despite trailing with 45 seconds remaining to be played in the game...the Seminoles were once again on the receiving end of another Michael Snaer game-winning, buzzer-beating shot to win the game at home...(vs. Miami): Averaged 1.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Miami...played his ACC career high of 22 minutes as Florida State traveled to play at Miami (Jan. 27)...scored two points and pulled down five rebounds as the Hurricanes won, 71-47, at home...his two points came in the second half as Florida State battled to get themselves back into the game after falling behind by a 37-28 score at halftime...scored one point in seven minutes of playing time as Florida State hosted Miami in Tallahassee (Feb. 13)...his one point came on a free throw late in the first half as Florida State began to get itself back into the game...Miami won the game late, 74-68...(vs. North Carolina): Averaged 4.0 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games played against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...played in both of the Seminoles' late season games at North Carolina and against the Tar Heels in the ACC Tournament...shot .667 percent (four of six) from the field in his two appearances against the Tar Heels...scored six points in eight minutes of play as Florida State traveled to play at North Carolina (March 3) in a game televised nationally by CBS Sports...was a perfect three of three from the field for six points in five minutes played in the first half of the game...his points came in the first half - and all came in a span of two minutes - with his third lay-up giving the Seminoles a 16-15 lead...he scored at the 10:17 mark to pull the Seminoles to within 15-12, scored at the 10:17 mark to pull the Seminoles to within one at 15-14 and gave the Seminoles the lead at the 8:51 mark with his third consecutive basket...scored six consecutive points and outscored North Carolina 6-0 during the two minute span to bring Florida State from five points down to one point up in the span of two minutes...North Carolina won the game, 79-59...totaled two points in one minute of play as the Seminoles faced North Carolina in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C...his two points came in the first half as Florida State battled the Tar Heels for the right to advance to the ACC Tournament semifinals for the second consecutive season...North Carolina won the game, 83-62...(vs. NC State): Averaged 3.0 points and 0.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...shot .750 percent from the field (three of four) and averaged 6.0 minutes played as the Seminoles and the Wolfpack split the two-game regular season series with both teams winning at home...totaled two points in seven minutes of play as Florida State traveled to play at NC State...earned seven minutes of playing time and scored his only basket in the first half as the Seminoles battled NC State on the road in the ACC...NC State won the game, 84-66, in Raleigh (Feb. 19)...scored four points in five minutes of play as the Seminoles defeated NC State at home on Senior Day in Tallahassee (March 9)...was a perfect two of two from the field as the Seminoles rallied from a 35-34 halftime deficit and from as many as eight down in the second half to win the game, 71-67, and secure their fifth consecutive record of .500 or better in ACC play...the victory allowed Florida State to finish with a 9-9 record in conference play...two jumpers - within 1:33 of each other helped the Seminoles keep the Wolfpack in their sight before taking the game and winning in the second half...a jumper at the 10:34 mark of the first half brought Florida State to within one at 21-20 while a second jumper again closed the Seminoles' deficit to one at 23-22 at the 9:01 mark...Florida State outscored the Wolfpack, 14-7, in the final 3:34 of the game to re-take the lead and earn the victory...(vs. Virginia): Averaged 2.0 points and 0.0 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Virginia during the regular season...shot .667 percent (two of three) against the Cavaliers as the two teams split the regular season series with both teams winning in their home arenas...scored four points in nine minutes of play as Florida State traveled to play at Charlottesville (Jan. 19)...the Cavaliers won at the John Paul Jones Arena, 56-36...scored four points on a perfect two of two shooting from the field in eight minutes of play in the second half...scored his four points in the final two minutes of the game with a lay-up at the 1:45 mark and a jumper at the 1:05 mark...earned two minutes of playing time in Florida State's 53-51 win over the Cavaliers in Tallahassee (March 9)...Florida State won the game on a game-winning, buzzer-beating lay-up with 4.4 seconds remaining to give the Seminoles their eighth ACC win of the season...(vs. Virginia Tech): Scored zero points and pulled down two rebounds in nine minutes of play in Florida State's only game of the season against Virginia Tech...the Hokies defeated the Seminoles, 80-70, at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg (Feb. 24)...(vs. Wake Forest): Averaged 2.0 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against Wake Forest...averaged 10.5 minutes played and earned three of his four blocked shots during the season against the Demon Deacons...totaled zero points but a season high two blocked shots in Florida State's game at Winston Salem (Feb. 9)...the Demon Deacons defeated the Seminoles, 71-46...was tied for the game high in blocked shots as he earned his two blocks in nine minutes played during the first half...scored four points on two of three shooting from the field in the Seminoles' victory over Wake Forest, 76-62, in Tallahassee (Feb. 26)...all four points in nine minutes of first half action spurred the Seminoles to a 40-34 halftime lead and their victory at game's end...all four points came in less than two minutes and were incredibly important as the Demon Deacon had cut into Florida State's 11-point lead...scored on a jumper at the 2:35 mark to push Florida State's lead back to three points (35-32) after the Deacons had closed to one on a dunk by Andre Washington...increased the Seminoles' lead back to six (38-32) on a jumper at the 0:46 mark...Florida State held that six point halftime lead and increased their lead to as many as 21 in gaining the win...(vs. Florida): Scored two points in eight minutes of play in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...the Gators won, 72-47 in Tallahassee (Dec. 5)...(In The Coaches vs. Cancer Classic): Averaged 1.0 point and 0.0 rebounds in two games played in helping the Seminoles' to the championship of the prestigious Coaches vs. Cancer Classic...earned 12 minutes of playing time in two of the four games in the tournament...also totaled one assist, one blocked shot and one steal in playing in two games in the event...(vs. Buffalo): Totaled two points, one assist and one steal in seven minutes of play in the Seminoles' win over Buffalo, 95-68, in a game played in Tallahassee...two first half points came on a dunk at the 11:14 mark that gave the Seminoles a commanding 23-10 lead...Florida State led by as many as 27 points in winning the game by that margin...(vs. BYU): earned one blocked shot in five minutes of play as the Seminoles' defeated BYU in the semifinals of the tournament in a game played in the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. ...the Seminoles won the game, 88-70, and advanced to the championship game the next night where they defeated Saint Joseph's to claim the title in the prestigious event...

AT POLK STATE: Graduated from Polk State College in 2012 with an associate's degree in business administration...an All-Suncoast First Team selection as a sophomore as he averaged 11.8 points (second on the team), 7.9 rebounds (first) and 2.2 blocked shots per game (first) and led the Eagles in field goal shooting percentage (.500 percent)...led the Eagles and ranked third in the state of Florida among junior college players in rebounding...played in 23 games as a sophomore...helped Polk State win the Suncoast conference championship with a 7-2 record during his sophomore season...the Eagles' Suncoast Conference championship qualified them for the state junior college tournament...Polk State led the Suncoast Conference in scoring defense and finished second in the state of Florida as it allowed 62.2 points per game during his freshman season...has one year of eligibility remaining...a member of the U-20 National Basketball Team in Great Britain in 2009 that competed throughout Europe...a two-time All-Suncoast First Team selection as both a freshman and a sophomore...a three star junior college recruit as rated by rivals.com...totaled a double double of 19 points and 10 rebounds in leading Polk past TAAG Prep Academy in January of his sophomore season...totaled 11 points, eight rebounds and four blocked shots against St. Petersburg College...earned All-Suncoast Conference First Team honors as a freshman as he averaged 9.0 points, 6.9 rebounds and 2.7 blocked shots per game while shooting .481 percent from the field...ranked 16th nationally in blocked shots...played in 30 games as a freshman...played in the Future Stars International Junior Basketball Tournament in 2010...totaled eight blocked shots against Richmond and averaged more than four blocked shots per game in the tournament...

AT WORCESTER (MASS) ACADEMY (2009): Attended Worcester Academy in Massachusetts for one postgraduate season before beginning his collegiate career at Polk State...led Worcester to the championship of the Blackburn Invitational in 2009 with a 68-66 win over Blair Academy...moved to the United States in 2009 to attend school and work to earn a basketball scholarship at a major Division I program...

AT BARKING ABBEY ACADEMY (2007-08): Played for two seasons at Barking Abbey Academy in his native London in 2007 and 2008...began his formal basketball training at Barking Abbey where he began to learn the nuances of the game of basketball...

PERSONAL: Born October 14, 1990...Robert is the son of Clare and Derrick Gilchrist...began playing basketball when he was 11 years old...originally a soccer player but spent a summer with family in New Jersey and attended a basketball camp run by former New Jersey Net star Jayson Williams...also learned the game of basketball from former North Carolina star Steve Bucknall who is also from Great Britain...selected Florida State over Baylor, Memphis, Oklahoma, Texas, Marquette and Washington State...

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