Duncan Robinson 22
Duncan  Robinson


New Castle, N.H.

High School:
Phillips Exeter Academy [N.H.]

Last College:
Williams College

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 215



Kornacki: Now is Duncan Robinson's Time

Kornacki: Now is Duncan Robinson's Time


Wolverines Travel to Nebraska to Close Regular Season

Men's Basketball to Close B1G Season at Nebraska


Kornacki: Robinson's Take-Charge Game Not Enough for U-M

Kornacki: Robinson's Take-Charge Game Not Enough for U-M


Kornacki: Robinson's Unlikely Journey Continues at Michigan

Kornacki: Robinson's Unlikely Hoops Journey Continues at Michigan


Michigan Adds Transfer Robinson to 2015-16 Roster

Men's Basketball Adds Transfer Robinson to 2015-16 Roster


Michigan vs. Texas

Dec. 6, 2016


No. 6 Notre Dame vs No. 11 Michigan

No. 6 Notre Dame vs No. 11 Michigan


Men's Basketball vs. Coppin State

December 22, 2014


Michigan Career
• U-M's Sixth Man Award (2017)
• U-M's Award for Outstanding Free Throw Shooting (2016)
• Scored 1,241 career points between U-M (693) and Williams (548)
• Ranks 12th all-time for three-point field goals (159))

Senior (2016-17)
• Played in all 38 games with three starts for the Wolverines
• Helped U-M to a Big Ten Tournament championship and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16, including an upset of No. 2 seed Louisville
• Averaged 7.7 points per game and shot 42.4 percent from three-point range
• Scored in double figures in 13 games, including a season-high 17 points in a win over Maryland Eastern Shore (Dec. 17)
• Dished out a season-best five assists at Minnesota (Feb. 19)
• Had 66 rebounds (1.7/g) on the year, including a season-high five against Mount St. Mary's (Nov. 26)
• Averaged 20.1 minutes per game

Junior (2015-16)
• One of four Wolverines to play in all 36 games -- along with sophomores Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman, Aubrey Dawkins and Ricky Doyle
• After coming off bench as U-M's sixth-man in first nine games became a regular starter, getting the nod over the final 27 games
• Helped U-M return to NCAA Tournament, earning No. 11 seed in the East regional
• Played in program's first NCAA First Four defeating Tulsa (W, 67-62; March 16) and advancing to NCAA first round match-up against No. 6 Notre Dame (L, 70-63; March 18)
• Helped U-M advance to the Big Ten Tournament semifinal for the sixth time after a buzzer beating win over No. 1 seed Indiana (W, 72-69; March 11) -- U-M's first win over a No. 1 seed at the conference tournament
• Ranked second in the Big Ten and ninth in the nation with 45.0 three-point percentage
• Ranked 33rd in the nation with 211 total three-pointers and 72nd with 2.64 three-pointers per game
• Posted 12 games of four-or-more three-pointers with six games with five-plus threes including a season-best six three-pointers -- all in the first half -- against Northern Kentucky (Dec. 15)
• Scored double figures in 21 games and averaged 11.2 points per game
• Averaged 3.5 rebounds grabbing a season-best 11 rebounds against Tulsa (March 16) leading to his first U-M double-double (13 points, 11 rebounds)
• Scored his first U-M points against Elon (Nov. 16) leading to his U-M career-best of 19 points as he was a perfect 6-for-6 shooting, including 5-of-5 from long distance.
• Averaged 28.9 minutes per game

Sophomore (2014-15)
• Transferred from Williams College and sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules
• Became a valued member of U-M scout/practice squad, usually playing as opponents top player

Freshman (2013-14)
• Played at Williams College under coach Mike Maker
• Member of the NCAA III national runner-up team (2014)
• NCAA III Final Four All-Tournament Team (2014)
• D3Hoops.com All-America fourth team, Rookie of the Year and All-Northeast Region third team (2014)
• Helped Williams College to a 28-5 record and a 9-1 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) record, tying for the conference title
• Played in all 32 games, with 31 starts
• Became the first Williams freshman to score 500-plus points in a season (548), averaging 17.1 points per game
• Posted 29 double figure games, with 11 20-plus point games, including a career-best 30 points vs. Amherst (March 21) in the NCAA III semifinal
• Averaged 6.5 rebounds per game, grabbing a career-best 14 rebounds vs. Mary Washington (March 15) in the NCAA III Elite Eight
• Posted five double-doubles, with first career coming with 21 points, 12 rebounds against Curry (Nov. 26) and four others: at MCLA (Dec. 1, 19 points, 11 rebounds); at Stevens (Feb. 4, 22 points, 10 rebounds); tufts (Feb. 22, 10 points, 10 rebounds) and at Mary Washington (17 points, 14 rebounds)
• Shot 55.7 percent (194-for-348) from the field and had a career-best 13 field goals vs. Amherst
• Shot 45.6 percent (81-for-179) from three-point range and had a career-best seven three-point field goals against Bowdoin (Jan. 17)
• Shot 87.8 percent (79-for-90) from the free-throw line
• Averaged 34.7 minutes per game and set the Williams record for minutes played in a season (1,110)

Prep Career
• Played at Phillips Exeter Academy under coach Jay Tilton
• New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Class A All-League First Team (2013)
• Helped Philips Exeter to a 28-1 overall record, including a closing with an 18-game winning streak
• Guided Philips Exeter to the school's first ever NEPSAC Class A title, scoring 24 points with 10 rebounds in title game and was named the Tournament MVP
• Played for AAU's Middlesex Magic under coach Michael Crotty Jr., who was a member of Williams College 2003 national championship team

• Given name is Duncan McBryde Robinson
• Born April 22, 1994 in York, Maine
• Son of the Elisabeth and Jeffrey Robinson
• Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science & the Arts
• Undecided major

Personal Notes
• Tremendous long range shooter; very quick release; uses shot fake to his advantage
• With height has ability to shoot over defenders
• Transferred from Williams College (DIII), playing under former coach Mike Maker (Marist), who was a former assistant under John Beilein at West Virginia (2005-07)
• With all the research done to date and continued to be sought after, appears to be the first DIII player to transfer to DI and receive a major scholarship. There have been several DIII transfers to U-M, but none have been given a scholarship.
• Youngest of three siblings
• Sister, Marta, played water polo at Santa Clara; Brother, Eli, attended Marietta College in Ohio
• Played at same prep school that former Wolverine Josh Bartelstein (2010-13)


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