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#28 Robbie Bina
Position: Defense
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 165
Year: Senior
Hometown: Grand Forks, N.D.
High School: Lincoln-USHL
Robbie Bina
Courtesy: UND Athletics Media Relations
Release: 01/19/2007

His 106 career games played rank second to Kyle Radke (110) among returning UND players ... Bina and teammate Taylor Chorney each need 11 goals to move into tie for 10th place in school history for career goals by a defenseman ... Needs one SHG to tie school record for career SHG by a defenseman.

2006-07: Played in all of UND’s 43 games after missing 2005-06 season with an injury ... Named WCHA All-Academic for first time in his career ... One of  league-tying high of 11 UND players named WCHA All-Academic ... Scored 30 points (9g, 21a) in the final 29 games of the season after having two points (1g, 1a) in the first 13 games and 10 points (2g, 8a) in his first 77 college games ... His 32 points on the season was fourth-most on the team had led Sioux defensemen ... Finished 15th nationally in points per game by a defenseman (0.74) ... His 0.71 point per game average in conference games (on 20 points) tied for second among WCHA defensemen and his 0.76 overall point per game average was third-best among WCHA defensemen ... His four points (2g, 2a) in the NCAA tournament tied Minnesota’s Mike Vannelli for most points in the 2006-07 NCAA tournament by a defenseman ... Had eight multiple-point games on the season, giving him 11 for his career ... Had career-high two goals in a 6-3 win over Bemidji State on Jan. 20 ... Had a career-high three assists in 3-3 tie against Alaska Anchorage on Jan. 12 ... Named the Jan. 16 WCHA Defensive Player of the Week after four-point (1g, 3a) weekend in 3-3 tie and 4-0 win over Alaska Anchorage ... Had three points (1g, 2a) in 8-5 NCAA West Regional win over Michigan ... Scored two shorthanded goals on the season, tying the UND single-season record by a defenseman ... The two SHG came in back-to-back games at No. 1-ranked Minnesota on Jan. 26-27, 2007, with one of the goals coming on a shot that traveled an estimated 170 feet ... By scoring 10 goals, Bina became the first Sioux defenseman with a double-digit goal total since Nick Fuher scored 10 in 2004-05 ... Had six-game point-scoring streak from Jan. 20-Feb. 16 in which he scored four goals and had four assists ... Had goal in each game of the NCAA West Regional ... Was a +4 in 7-2 win over St. Cloud State on March 3 ... Scored GWG in 4-1 win at Dartmouth on Dec. 29 ... Was named to all-tournament team at Dartmouth’s Ledyard National Bank Tournament after scoring GWG against Dartmouth and assisting on GWG in 4-2 win over St. Lawrence in tournament championship game ... Also named to NCAA West Regional All-Tournament team after scoring two goals and getting two assists in the regional ... Finished season with +6 rating ... Earned third letter.

2005-06: Practiced with team but did not play in any games.

2004-05: Played both forward (nine games) and defense (23 games) during season ... Had nine points (all assists) on the year ... Earned second letter.

2003-04: Led Fighting Sioux rookie defensemen with seven assists and eight points in 30 games ... Finished season with a +17 rating ... Picked up career-high two assists at Michigan Tech (Jan. 16) ... Scored first career goal at Denver (Nov. 21) ... Made collegiate debut vs. Yale (Nov. 1) and picked up first career point with an assist ... Earned first letter.

Before UND: Spent the 2002-03 season with the Lincoln Stars of the USHL ... Helped lead the Stars to the Clark Cup championship ... Scored four goals and nine assists in 34 games ...  Added another six assists in 10 playoff games ...   A 2001 North Dakota Mr. Hockey Finalist with Red River High School ... Also an Eastern Dakota All-Conference selection as a senior ... Lettered three times in hockey ... Also lettered four times in football and baseball.

Personal: A 2001 graduate of Central High School ... Majoring in communication ... Son of Bob and Rose Bina.

Bina’s Career Statistics
Overall

Year

GP

G

A

PTS

PEN

PP

SH

GW

03-04

31

1

7

8

3/6

0

0

0

04-05

32

0

9

9

4/8

0

0

0

05-06

DNP

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06-07

43

10

22

32

23/46

4

2

1

Totals

106

11

38

49

30/60

4

2

1


WCHA

Year

GP

G

A

PTS

PEN

PP

SH

GW

03-04

23

1

6

7

3/6

0

0

0

04-05

21

0

6

6

3/6

0

0

0

05-06

DNP

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06-07

28

5

15

20

17/34

4

2

1

Totals

72

6

27

33

23/46

4

2

1

Career Game Highs
Goals: 2, 1/20/07 vs. Bemidji State
Assists: 3, 1/12/07 vs. Alaska Anchorage
Points: 3, twice. Most recent 3/24/07 vs. Michigan
Longest Point Streak: 6 games (4-4=8), 1/20/07 vs. Bemidji State to 2/16/07 vs. Minnesota Duluth

Career Firsts
Game: 11/1/03 vs. Yale
Goal: 11/21/03 at Denver
Assist: 11/1/03 vs. Yale