Robbins will be first Tulsa player to have jersey retired
TULSA, Okla. -- Tulsa will retire the No. 14 jersey of all-time leading scorer Jillian Robbins on Saturday following the final home game of her career.
Robbins will become the first Tulsa player to have her jersey retired. She holds the school records in points, rebounds, field goals, free throws, steals, blocked shots and double-doubles. She also has the only triple-double in school history.
The defending Conference USA player of the year, Robbins is averaging 20.1 points and ranks fifth in the nation with 12 rebounds per game, and sixth in the nation with 3.4 steals per games.
Tulsa (10-15, 5-8 Conference USA) hosts Rice (15-11, 8-5) on Saturday.
Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press
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