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From the Archives: 1960s

Courting Success

Jim Robinson ’68 scored a long list of records on the basketball court at RIT. Among his numerous achievements during his varsity years (1966-68), he scored the most points in one game (48, against Plattsburgh State); most free throws in one game (13, against Ithaca); best free throw percentage in one game (9 for 9 against Potsdam State); most points in one season (798, 1968), and most career points (1919). He received numerous awards from the Eastern College Athletic Conference and capped his career when he was named an Associated Press honorable mention All-American.

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See page 5 of this issue for the story behind the Archives photo in the Spring 2002 issue.