Angel Robinson
Angel Robinson

RS Senior

Marietta, Ga.

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◊ Nagging injuries prevented Robinson from consistently fulfilling her potential as a fifth-year senior; however, she still enjoyed dominating performances at times and played big in big games.
◊ After receiving her bachelor's degree in Child and Family Development in August 2009, enrolled in graduate school to pursue a master's in Adult Education during the 2009-10 academic year.
◊ Became the Lady Bulldogs' 31st 1,000-point scorer during their win over Georgia Tech on Dec. 6, 2009, and completed her career at No. 25 among Georgia's career scoring leaders.
◊ Also finished her playing days in Athens at No. 4 in blocked shots and No. 5 in rebounds on Georgia's career leaders ledgers.

2009-10 Season
◊ Was named first-team All-SEC in pre-season balloting of both league coaches and media.
◊ Among SEC statistical leaders, finished the season ranked No. 7 in rebounds and No. 4 in blocked shots.
◊ Missed three November games - Alabama State, Texas A&M-CC and Southern Miss - after crashing to the floor in a pile of players and slammed her head on the court with 9:02 remaining in the Rutgers game.
◊ Returned to action against UAB and came within one board of a double-double in just 18 minutes of PT.
◊ Joined Georgia's top-10 career rebounding leaders with a dozen first-half boards at Clemson...just two fewer than the Tigers as a team during the period.
◊ Logged only 10 minutes of action against Ole Miss after suffering a slight ankle/foot injury but returned to play without limitation for the next outing.
◊ Turned in a masterful defensive game against LSU...equaling her season high with 14 boards and posting four blocks. Said Landers: "She altered shots. She kept their bigs out of there. She rebounded. She moved to the right places at the right time."
◊ Missed most of the South Carolina game and all of the Kentucky game after knocking her head against the knee of a South Carolina player while diving for a loose ball midway through the first half.
◊ Played her best back-to-back outings of the year in the first and second rounds of the 2010 NCAA Tournament, averaging 17.0 points and 14.0 rebounds in wins over Tulane and Oklahoma State.

2008-09 Season
◊ Named second-team All-SEC by league coaches and honorable mention All-SEC by the AP for the 2008-09 season.
◊ Led the SEC in rebounding in 2008-09 while averaging 9.3 rpg. Became the first Lady Bulldog to lead the league in boards since 1987-88 (Tammye Jenkins).
◊ Among SEC leaders, also ranked No. 16 in scoring and No. 2 in blocked shots.
◊ Missed the vast majority of pre-season practices after suffering a left shoulder subluxation in the third official practice of the fall.
◊ Did not see action in the exhibition game. Returned to practice the week of the opener and saw limited minutes as she regained strength and conditioning.
◊ Scored what was then career-high 19 points against East Tennessee State in just 23 minutes of action. Her previous high was 18 points on three occasions, most recently against Alabama last season.
◊ With a trio of blocks at Oakland, moved past current assistant coach La'Keshia Frett into the No. 10 spot among the Lady Bulldogs' career leaders for blocked shots.
◊ Enters her senior season at No. 7 among Georgia's career leaders for blocks with 152 swats.
◊ Notched her first start of the season against Xavier after getting the nod in 28 of 33 games in 2007-08, including the last 27 contests of that campaign.
◊ Scored 12 of Georgia's first 15 points as the Lady Bulldogs raced to a 25-10 lead over Vanderbilt in Athens...and then maintained a double-digit edge most of the rest of the way.
◊ Poured in 29 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in Georgia's 2009 SEC Tournament matchup with Vanderbilt, the single-game high for any Lady Bulldog in those categories during 2008-09.
◊ Came on strong in the final eight games of the season, averaging 14.8 points and 11.5 rebounds (five double-doubles) and shooting 58.8 percent from the field.

2007-08 Season
◊ Among SEC statistical leaders, finished the campaign ranked No. 6 in rebounds, No. 8 in blocks and No. 27 in points.
◊ Notched 17 double-digit scoring outings as well as 10 double-figure rebounding efforts en route to seven double-double performances.
◊ Gained the starting nod against Georgia Southern in the third game of the season and never relinquished that position the rest of the way.
◊ Earned a spot on the all-tournament team at the Junkanoo Jam after posting a double-double against Southern Cal in the title tilt.
◊ Secured the victory with a steal with 1.1 seconds left...Robinson switched on a screen, calmly grabbed the USC inbounds pass and held on to the ball as time ran out.
◊ After posting one double-double in her first 38 games at Georgia did so in back-to-back outings against Southern Cal and Oakland.
◊ Hauled in 18 boards against Florida State in the first round of the FIU Fun & Sun Classic, equaling the 10th-best tally in Lady Bulldog history and representing the most by a Georgia player since Tiffany Walker also had 18 versus S.C. State on Feb. 23, 1994.
◊ Averaged a double-double of 14.0 ppg and 10.0 rpg in NCAA outings against Iowa and North Carolina.

2006-07 Season
◊ Recovered nicely from a torn ACL in her left knee which caused her to miss 2005-06.
◊ Named Freshman All-SEC, joining Houts and Marshall to become the first trio of teammates recognized.
◊ Tabbed second-team pre-season All-SEC in balloting at SEC Media Days.
◊ Selected as SEC Freshman of the Week on both Dec. 18 (after Savannah State and TCU) and on Feb. 5 (after LSU).
◊ Among SEC leaders, finished ranked No. 6 in field goal pct. and No. 13 in blocks.
◊ Endured "feast or famine" year in the scoring column with 14 double-digit games but 10 outings of two points or less.
◊ Poured 13 second-half points at Georgia Southern while hitting 6-of-9 FGs.
◊ Sprained left ankle in the second half versus Stanford, resulting in the subsequent DNP against Memphis.
◊ Enjoyed her most solid overall linescore of the season against TCU, equaling or establishing career highs for points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks.
◊ Became the 60th (of now 62) freshman - and the third member of her class - to start for Andy Landers at Georgia when she got the nod at George Mason.
◊ Scored 12 in the second half versus LSU in Athens, including six straight to push a one-point lead to seven.
◊ Recorded her first career double-double at Alabama.
◊ A major defensive presence in Georgia's first- and second-round wins of the NCAAs, swatting a career-high three shots against both Belmont and Iowa State.
◊ Finished the season with one of her better outings, a 14-point performance on 7-of-9 shooting against Purdue in the "Sweet 16."

2005-06 Season
◊ Tore the ACL in her left knee just 114 seconds after checking into exhibition opener against Augusta State.
◊ Underwent surgery to repair her knee on Dec. 20 and first traveled with the Lady Bulldogs to the Tennessee game on Jan. 12.
◊ Rehabilitation progressed to light on-court shooting by the time the NCAA Tournament arrived in March.

High School
◊ Coached by Ken Sprague, Jr., at Marietta High.
◊ Ranked as the nation's No. 7 and No. 11 prospect by Blue Star Recruiting and the All-Star Girls Report, respectively.
◊ Invited to play in both the McDonald's and the WBCA High School All-America games.
◊ Named first-team All-America by both Parade and SLAM and second-team by USA Today.
◊ Named Miss Georgia Basketball by both the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Atlanta Tipoff Club, as well as the Georgia Player of the Year by Gatorade.
◊ Member of the U.S. Junior National Team which won the gold medal at the 2004 COPABA Qualifying Tournament for the 2005 World Junior Championships.
◊ Averaged 11.4 points and 8.2 rebounds for the American team.
◊ Also played in the 2004 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival, setting the all-time Festival record with 14 blocks.
◊ Became the seventh Marietta High School athlete - and first female - to have their jersey (No. 34) retired, a list that includes former NBA star Dale Ellis.
◊ Started 80 of 84 games at MHS and finished as the school's all-time leading scorer (1,963 points) and rebounder (1,361 boards).
◊ As a senior, averaged 23.8 points, 15.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 5.1 blocks for a 28-2 team which reached the quarterfinals of the State Tournament.
◊ Led the Blue Devils to their first regular-season region title since 1970 and their first region tournament championship since 1958.
◊ As a junior, averaged 21.7 points, 16 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 6.0 blocks for a 21-8 team.
◊ As a sophomore, averaged 18.2 points, 14.1 rebounds and 5.2 blocks per game for a 23-9 squad.

◊ Born April 20, 1987, Angel is the daughter of Charlie and Evelyn Mobley.
◊ Major: Child and Family Development.
◊ Spent her fifth season in Athens working on a master's degree in Adult Education.◊ Recipient of the Val Porter Family Women's Basketball Scholarship for 2005-06.
◊ Recipient of the Turner Family Women's Basketball Scholarship for 2006-07.
◊ Recipient of the Victoria P. Farmer Women's Basketball Scholarship for 2007-08.
◊ Recipient of the Val Porter Family Women's Basketball Scholarship for 2008-09 and 2009-10.

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