Bryant pg 9 5-9-19

PUTNAM—Bryant’s basketball program will have a brand new look this upcoming season as the program landed their 3rd Putnam Science Academy Mustang. At the beginning of last season, PSA Mustang guard Charles Pride decided Bryant was the fit for him taking his talent to the local Division 1 school.
Later in the year, 6-foot, 9-inch forward Nate Stokes would join his Mustang teammate.
Coach Grasso would land yet another Mustang as Andrew Robinson, a grad-transfer from Quinnipiac University, joined Bryant in hopes to bring leadership to a young squad.
Robinson, who played at Putnam Science Academy, and is the 3rd Mustang to join Bryant, received a scholarship along with his twin brother Aaron to play at Quinnipiac. After four years, Robinson decided to transfer out of Quinnipiac and look for a new start somewhere else.
Robinson played at Putnam Science through the 2014-2015 season leading the Mustangs to a 27-8 record while advancing to the National Prep Championship tournament and finishing ranked #8 in the country. Andrew Robinson led the Mustangs in three-point shooting. He broke the school record with 3s made in a season tallying 112 over the course of the season and was second on the team in scoring. The 6-6 guard from Takoma Park, Maryland averaged 6 points per game and just under 2.5 rebounds per game as a junior for the Bobcats.
Boys’ Prep Team Head Coach Tom Espinosa spoke highly of Robinson, remembering his time in a Mustangs’ uniform saying: “He was really the leader of the team during the 2015 campaign; you’re not going to get a better character kid than Andrew. Andrew can put up points quickly and he’s come along way on the defensive side of the ball, but more importantly, he’s a leader on and off the court and that program will feel that from day one.”
Josh Sanchas
Sports Information Director
Putnam Science Academy


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