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2004-2005: Led team in rebounding (6.8 rpg) Fourth in scoring (7.3 ppg)..First in A-Sun in field goal pct.: (60.7). Highest single-game field goal pct 90.9 (10-of-11), at Troy (12-4-04). Four double-doubles (12-12 vs Savannah St., Nov. 23), (16-14 vs Fisk, Nov. 27), (20-13 at Troy, Dec. 4), (10-10 at Jacksonville, Jan. 15). Scored in double figures 8 times. Has led team in rebounding in 10 games, tied for lead three times. Finished in double figures in rebounding 7 times. Ninth in rebounding in the A-Sun, 12th in defensive rebounds (3.88). Led team in steals four times, tied for lead five times. Led team in blocked shots two times, tied for lead two times. Played in 28 games, starting 27. Averaged 22.4 minutes per game with a season high 32 at Troy (12-4-04).
2003-2004 Season: Saw limited action last season, playing in 12 games with one start. Scored in double figures twice with 10 points at Kansas State Nov. 25 and 10 points at Troy Jan. 10. His seven rebounds against Fisk University on Nov. 29 was a season high. Averaged 3.5 points and 2.8 rebounds per game.
2002-2003 Season: Played in 23 games, averaging 5.7 minutes per game. Led the team with a 75 percent field goal percentage. Averaged 1.2 points and 1.5 rebounds per game. His season high was eight rebounds against Milligan College.
High School: Named MVP of the National Association of Christian Athletes Class 1-A national tournament as he led his team to the title. His senior season he averaged 22 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocked shots per game.
Personal: Graduate of Love Christian Academy in Raliegh, N.C. His best athletic moments are winning three straight school championships. Born in Portsmouth, Dominica. Majoring in information systems. Born Oct. 17, 1983. Parents are Irose Thomas and Jack Robinson.
Reason he chose Lipscomb:Environment, student-teacher ratio
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