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#20 Robbie Harman
Position: Guard
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Traverse City, Mich.
High School: Traverse City Central HS
Robbie Harman
Courtesy: CMU Athletic Communications
Release: 04/07/2010
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2009-10: Set the CMU career and season three-point record ... second-team All-MAC selection ... led the nation in three-pointers made per game (3.5) ... scored in double-figures 24 times ... made at least four threes in 14 games, including each of his last five contests ... hit the second-most threes in a single game in CMU history with nine at Ohio (2/11/10) ... finished with a career-high 31 points against the Bobcats ... 10 games with four or more assists, capped by a season-high eight at Eastern Michigan to help clinch the MAC West title ... had 13 games with multiple steals, including a career-best seven against Ferris State (11/16/09) ... his seven steals against Ferris State and his nine threes against Ohio were season-highs for a MAC player ... ranked seventh in the league in scoring, 13th in assists, second in steals, third in three-point percentage, first in three-pointers made and seventh in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.52) ... became the fourth player in CMU history to lead the conference in made threes ... was an early-season Cousy Award candidate, given to the nation's top point guard ... became just the second player in school history to hit 70-plus threes in a season twice in his career ... his season steal total was the fourth-most in program history and his career total ranked fifth ... became the 27th member of CMU's 1,000 point club, finishing 23rd in program history in scoring.

2008-09: Led the MAC with 72 three-point field goals and finished second in the league with 2.32 treys per contest … the 72 threes are the fifth most in one season in school history … led the Chippewas with 3.0 assists per game … ranked second on the team with 45 steals and 1.45 average ranked 13th in the MAC … hit 75.4 percent from the stripe, the third-best on the team … drained a pair of buzzer beaters, one to force overtime and another in the extra frame to beat Wright State (11/22/08) … scored 21 points on 7-for-14 shooting from deep against Illinois State (12/17/08) … tallied 22 points while going 8-for-14 from the floor in a one-point loss at then MAC-leading Buffalo (2/3/09) … poured in a career-high 23 points at Ball State (2/25/09) … dished out a career-high seven assists twice: at No. 25 Marquette (12/2/08) and in the MAC Tournament against Eastern Michigan (3/10/09) … scored in double figures on 19 occasions … led CMU in scoring five times and assists 15 times.

2007-08:
Ranked second in the MAC and tied for eighth in CMU single-season history with a 44.6 three-point percentage (41-for-92) … averaged 7.2 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.0 assists per MAC game … shot .491 from three-point range in MAC play to lead the league while the 1.75 treys per conference game tied for 10th … averaged just 2.4 points per game through the first 17 games of the year and 9.1 points per game over the final 14 contests … scored in double figures seven times, including four times off the bench … tallied a season-high 18 points on two occasions while leading CMU in scoring both times — at Miami (2/9/08) and vs. Western Michigan (3/4/08) … drained six three-pointers in eight attempts at Miami (2/9/08) while also notching a career-high five steals … split a pair of free throws with three seconds left to seal a four-point win over eventual MAC West Division champion Western Michigan (3/4/08) … scored 16 points in the MAC Tournament first-round win over Northern Illinois (3/12/08).

2006-07:
Made his first collegiate start at Wisconsin-Green Bay (12/9/06) … averaged 2.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per MAC game … scored a season-high 10 points and grabbed five rebounds in CMU’s road win at Ball State (2/22/07) … pulled down a season-high six rebounds in a home win over Western Michigan (2/14/07) … shot .759 from the line, third best among CMU regulars … led the team in assists twice.

High School:
All-state selection by Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan (third team), Detroit Free Press (fourth team) and Detroit News (sixth team) … named 2006 Traverse City Record Eagle Male Athlete of the Year … two-time Big North Conference Player of the Year … averaged 20.2 points and 5.0 assists per game as a senior and 15.6 points and 6.0 assists per game as a junior … listed among “seniors to watch” in the Detroit News’ preseason player rankings and in the Detroit Free Press’ top 100 rankings … named 2005 Cage Scope/High Potential “Blue-Chip” Camp all-star game runner-up team MVP … holds the school season records for steals (87 - twice), assists (143), and three-pointers made (85) and career records for steals (279), assists (450) and three-pointers made (160) … earned letters in football (three), basketball (four) and baseball (four) … also earned all-state honors in both football and baseball … helped team to conference titles in all three sports … honor roll student … high school coach was Jon Constant.

Personal:
Born Robert Logan Harman on Feb. 4, 1988, in Traverse City, Mich. … son of Lynette Harman and Thomas Harman … sport studies major … attended the same high school as CMU Hall of Famer and NBA All-Star Dan Majerle.

 

  Minutes  Total  3-Point  F-Throws  Rebounds   
Year  gp-gs  min  avg  fg  fga  pct  fg  fga  pct  ft  fta  pct  off  def  tot  avg  pf  fo  ast  t/o  blk  stl  pts  avg 
2006-07   31-1  535  17.3  25  71  .352  15  45  .333  22  29  .759  15  25  40  1.3  56  36  49  25  87  2.8 
2007-08   31-14  666  21.5  56  123  .455  41  92  .446  15  23  .652  40  49  1.6  78  35  55  36  168  5.4 
2008-09   31-31  1019  32.9  115  313  .367  72  212  .340  52  69  .754  10  53  63  2.0  99  94  72  45  354  11.4 
2009-10   30-30  1014  33.8  148  350  .423  105  245  .429  48  63  .762  11  56  67  2.2  80  91  60  56  449  15.0 
TOTAL  123-76  3234  26.3  344  857  .401  233  594  .392  137  184  .745  45  174  219  1.8  313  15  256  236  162  1058  8.6