As a Senior in 2009-10: Voted second-team All-Pac-10 ... Cal's best career three-point shooter at 44.0 percent ... his season three-point percentage of 45.3 this season is the best in the Pac-10 and tied for sixth on the school single-season list ... set a career high in scoring with his 27 points at Arizona, including going 10-for-10 from the free throw line and 3-for-5 from the behind the arc ... finished with 24 points and seven rebounds against UCLA ... also notched his 1,000th career point against the Bruins and currently stands in 16th all-time with 1,315 points at Cal ... scored 21 points against Louisville in the NCAA Tournament, including going 3-for-4 from behind the arc ... missed six games at the start of the season due to a foot injury ... posted back-to-back double figure scoring games in the Golden Bear Classic ... recorded 20 points and seven rebounds against USC, and also notched 20 points at UCLA ... led the Bears in scoring in both games on the Oregon trip in February (15 points vs. Oregon, 16 points vs. OSU) ... reached the 20-point level for the third time against UCLA this year with 20 points in the Pac-10 Tournament semifinals ... tallied 25 points in the final vs. Washington and was named to the all-tournament team ... appeared in 125 games and started 102 of them.
As a Junior in 2008-09: Against Maryland in the NCAA Tournament, Robertson paced the Bears with 22 points ... set a career best in scoring at Arizona with 24 points and followed that with a 19-point outing at Arizona State ... shot 48.7 percent from three-point distance, the second-best season percentage in school history, and was the nation's best three-point shooter for the majority of the season, finishing No. 4 ... also shot 42.6 percent from behind the arc in conference games ... third on the team in scoring with an average of 13.1 ppg and in rebounding at 3.9 rpg ... averaged 13.4 ppg in Pac-10 contests ... drilled 4 of his 5 three-point attempts at UCLA, part of his 19-point effort ... posted a career-high three steals to go with his team-best eight rebounds at Stanford ... also tallied three steals at Oregon State ... scored in double figures 24 times in 33 games ... led the Bears in scoring four times and had four 20-point performances ... secured a then-career-high 23 points with a personal-best five three-pointers to go with four assists against USF ... swished 21 points vs. Washington ... led the Bears in assists against Oregon with six ... tied his career best in rebounds with nine at Washington, and also drained the game-winning free throw against the Huskies in Seattle ... played all 40 minutes vs. Stanford, 50 minutes at Washington and 41 minutes vs. USC ... led the Bears with four assists vs. Washington State ... started every game.
As a Sophomore in 2006-07: Due to injuries to two of Cal's centers - DeVon Hardin and Jordan Wilkes - Robertson played much of the year at power forward despite his 6-6 frame ... responded admirably with 8.8 ppg and 4.3 rpg, starting all 33 contests ... scored 12 points vs. Chicago State and 13 points against San Diego to claim all-tournament honors in the Golden Bear Classic ... scored a then-career-best 21 points in a home win vs. Oregon State (6-8 FG, 1-1 3P, 8-10 FT) ... also had 19 points at Oregon and 16 points vs. UCLA in consecutive games in January ... led the Bears with 27 steals and was third on the squad with nine blocks ... had 17 points vs. Oregon in the Pac-10 Tournament semifinals ... recipient of Cal's Best Defensive Player award after the season.
As a Freshman in 2005-06: Started in place of an injured Leon Powe (foot) the first four games of the year and averaged 11.8 ppg on 54.8 percent field goal shooting during the span ... had 12 points in the opener at Eastern Michigan and followed with 14 points vs. Long Beach State and 13 points against Northern Colorado ... ranked second on the squad in three-point accuracy (40.7%) and drained 10 of his final 14 attempts ... came off the bench for 10 points at Arizona State and 11 points at Arizona in January ... his free throw with five seconds left gave Cal a three-point lead in an eventual 62-60 win at Oregon ... after Omar Wilkes sprained an ankle, started consecutive home games vs. Stanford, Arizona and Arizona State in mid-February ... finished with eight points, including 2-of-2 on three-pointers, against the Cardinal and with 12 points (5-7 FG) vs. the Wildcats ... played well at Washington Feb. 26 with 13 points ... his three-pointer with 29 seconds left in regulation tied the score and sent the March 2 UCLA game into overtime ... played extremely well in the Pac-10 Tournament, averaging 9.3 ppg (7-11 FG, 5-7 3P, 9-10 FT) in three games ... finished with eight points vs. USC, then poured in a season-high 18 points against Oregon in the semifinals ... started in place of Richard Midgley (knee) in the NCAA Tournament vs. North Carolina State (3 points) ... overall, earned eight starts as a rookie and averaged 9.1 ppg in those games ... claimed honorable mention Pac-10 All-Freshman honors in a vote of the league's coaches.
High School: Set De La Salle HS records for three-point percentage and overall field goal accuracy ... finished his career with 1,220 points ... named MVP of the Bay Valley Athletic League as a senior when he averaged 17.1 ppg and 6.3 rpg ... chosen first-team All-East Bay by the Contra Costa Times and second-team All-Bay Area by the San Francisco Chronicle ... scored a game-high 32 points in claiming MVP honors when he led the West All-Stars to a 106-93 win over the East in the Safeway Charities All-Star game in March 2005 ... as a junior, earned first-team all-league status after pouring in 13.9 ppg and 5.0 rpg ... set a pair of school records by making 51.3 percent of his three-point attempts and 61.4 percent of his total field goal tries.
Personal: Theodis Robertson III. ... born Dec. 16, 1986, in Concord, Calif. ... parents are Ted and Leetha Robertson ... has a younger brother, Marc ... lists collecting Jordan shoes as a hobby ... social welfare major.
Points: 27 at Arizona, Jan. 31, 2010
Rebounds: 9 twice, last at Washington, Jan. 10, 2009
Assists: 9 vs. DePaul, Dec. 3, 2008
Blocks: 2 vs. Arizona, March 1, 2007
Steals: 3 twice, last at Oregon State, Dec. 21, 2009