Flynn J. Robinson

Basketball, 1963-65

In three seasons as a Cowboy, Flynn Robinson broke every major Wyoming basketball record except rebounding. His 701 points scored during the 1964-65 season and his 26.5 career scoring average still stand as Cowboy records. He became the 20th collegian to break the 2,000 point barrier, amassing 2, 049 career points. He led the Western Athletic Conference in scoring each year he played at Wyoming, and he was selected to the All-WAC team three times. Nearly 30 years after his career, Robinson still ranked second in the WAC in career scoring. Robinson later had an All-Star career in the National Basketball Association for the Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Lakers.

Inducted September 16, 1994

Honors and Awards

  • First Team All-Western Athletic Conference, 1963, 64, 65
  • WAC Career Scoring Average Leader
  • Wyoming Career Scoring Average Leader