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Justin Raffington
Justin Raffington
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Freiburg, Germany

Last College:
Univ. of San Francisco

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 255

Position:
C


08/11/2014

Part I with FAU Director of Athletics Pat Chun

2013-14 Year in Review

07/23/2014

Justin Raffington Named to NABC Honors Court

Rising Senior Recognized for Academic and Athletic Achievement

03/06/2014

Men's Hoops Falls to FIU 74-70

Botley Scores Career High 27 Points in Loss

03/06/2014

Raffington, Trapp Named Academic All-Conference

Team Honors Those Excel In The Classroom as Well as On the Court

03/02/2014

Men's Hoops Falls to Southern Miss 60-49

Raffington Scores Team High 14 Points

04/22/2014

Celebration of Boca

Celebration of Boca, SAAC BBQ for Student-Athletes - 4/18/14

Redshirt Junior (2013-14): Finished 4th in C-USA in rebounding (8.5)... 271 rebounds was second best single season total in school history... scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds at Duke (11/15/13)...followed that up with 15 points and 11 rebounds at Boston College (11/17/13)...had eight points and 12 rebounds in win over UCF (12/3/13)...posted nine points and 12 rebounds vs. DePaul (12/12/13)...had six consecutive double-doubles, tying school record...had 15 points and 12 rebounds vs. ODU (1/18/14) to tie the existing mark...scored 12 points and had 10 rebounds at FIU (1/25/14)...tallied ninth double-double of the season with 19 points and 10 rebounds in win at Marshall (2/1/14)...had a career-high 27 points and added seven rebounds vs. North Texas (2/22/14)...posted 19 points and eight rebounds in regular season finale vs. FIU...named the C-USA All-Academic Team.

Junior (2012-13): Practiced with the team, but didn't play due to NCAA transfer rules.

At San Francisco: Appeared in 54 games over two seasons under former FAU head coach Rex Walters. Averaged 2.0 points and 2.0 rebounds during that time. Prep: Played at Urspring Academy for Felix Czerny and was a member of German National U18 and U20 teams. Personal: Son of Ursula and Trevor Raffington. Brother, Jermain, played professional basketball for Bremerhaven in German First Division.

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