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24 - Robby Ptacek
Robby Ptacek
Height: 6-3
Weight: 190
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Bayport, NY
High School: Blue Point
Position: G
2009-10: Finished second on the team in scoring averaging 12.1 points per game.  Played 22 games and started 17.  Missed eight games due to an injury midway through the season.  Led the team in free-throw percentage, hitting 78-of-92, shooting 84.8 percent.  Hit 18 threes on the year, the fourth-highest total on the team.  Second on the team with 55 assists.  Scored in double-figures 12 times on the season, including a career-high 26 points in the loss to Robert Morris in the NEC Tournament on Mar. 4.  Had 20 or more points five times, the second-highest total on the team.  Had four or more rebounds 10 times, and averaged 3.4 boards per game. 

2008-09:
Started 25 of his 30 games played.  Averaged 32.2 minutes per game.  Named Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week once during the season.  Finished third on the team in scoring averaging 10.0 points per game.  Scored in double-figures 12 times on the year.  Had a career-high 20 points twice, vs. Princeton on Dec. 20 and vs. Fairleigh Dickinson on February 12.  Second on the team with 48 assists on the season.  Also grabbed 22 steals.  His 24 three-point field goals was the third-highest total on the team.   Led the team and the NEC in free-throw shooting as a freshman.  Hit 72-of-82 free-throws on the year, good for 87.8 percent.  Finished NEC play hitting 45-of-49 from the free-throw line, good for 91.8 percent.  Was one of two Blue Devils to see action in all 30 games (Joe Seymore).  Grabbed four or more rebounds in a game eight times.

Before CCSU: 
Begins his first season in New Britain after a standout career at Bayport Blue Point High School.  Named First Team All-State Class B as a senior as well as earning All-League, All-Conference, All-County and All-Long Island honors in his final season.  McDonald’s All-America nominee.  Scored over 1,000 points in his high school career and holds the single-game school record for points in a game (43).  Also named Academic All-County as a senior.