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SPOKANE, Wash. -- Just four games into the season, Montana State Billings sophomore transfer Colby Robison, already has made an immediate impact for the Yellowjacket baseball team.

Robison was named Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Week for his efforts in helping the Yellowjackets go 2-2 at Colorado State-Pueblo last weekend. 

Robison, a transfer from College of Southern Idaho, batted an impressive .600 (9 for 15) and drove in 10 runs against the Thunderwolves. The Rexburg, Idaho, native, handled six chances at shortstop without an error, while recording a double, triple and a home run to finish with a 1.000 slugging percentage. He had a school-record seven RBI's in the Jackets' record-setting 21-15 victory Sunday. The 21 runs scored also was a school-record for a game. 

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For the series, the Jackets hit .328 with 45 hits, 15 extra base hits, 36 runs, 33 RBIs and the team slugged .489. 

MSUB continues on the road this weekend with a four game series at Regis University. The Jackets are scheduled to open the 2011 home season Mar. 25 at 3 p.m. at Dehler Park versus GNAC rival Western Oregon.

 

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