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Sophomore (2012)... Earned the Wolverine (Spirit) Award following the 2012 season ... Appeared in 15 games for the Maize and Blue ... Came in to play center field in the 14-3 win over West Virginia (Feb. 19) ... Stole a base in the Michigan State game (April 8) ... Scored runs against IPFW (March 23), Oakland (March 27), and Northwestern (April 21) ...
Freshman (2011)... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award (2011) ... Played in 28 games for the Wolverines with five starts in the outfield ... Scored seven runs on the year ... Recorded his first career hit against Minnesota (May 7) ... Drove in a run with a single vs. Northwestern (May 14) ... Also had an RBI on a sacrifice fly against Indiana (April 1) ... Had a stolen base at Iowa (April 24) ... Walked four times and had a .226 on-base percentage ... Had nine putouts and a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage.Prep... Glenbrook North (2010) ... Lettered in baseball for three seasons (2008, '09, '10) ... Also lettered in football (2009, '10) ... All-Central Suburban League (2009, '10) ... Helped Glenbrook North to the Illinois 4A State Championship game (2009) ...
Personal... Given Name: Adam Benjamin Robinson ... Born February 16, 1992 ... Son of Paul and Tracy Robinson ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Undecided major.
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