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High School: Attended Handsworth Secondary School in North Vancouver, British Columbia, where he played for coach Randy Storey...junior season led Handsworth to the title of the 61st AAA Provincial Championships, scoring 17 points, grabbing 12 rebounds and blocking 4 shots to earn MVP honors on way in 82-65 win over Kitsilano...averaged 25 ppg, 12 rpg and 4 blocks/game...team finished third in the 2005 Provincial Championships...was member of Canadian Junior National Team at Global Games in Dallas and in the World Championship Qualifiers in San Antonio, Texas, in summer of 2006....also participated in Canada Basketball's 2005 Nike Centre for performance, competing in USA Basketball's International Sports Invitational/USA Youth Development Festival in San Diego, Calif., in 2006 as part of Canada's Cadet National Team...averaged 10.8 ppg to finish fourth and 6.5 rpg to finish second in the festival...also a member of British Colubmia's U17 team.

Robert Sacre's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2007-08): After playing 7 minutes in season opener, came off the bench for double-digit minutes in next nine games...scored season-high 12 points in third game of career against UC Riverside, going 5-for-5 from field and 2-for-2 from line...grabbed season-high 6 rebounds at Saint Joseph's, then surpassed that with 7 against Cal State Northridge...first collegiate start was against No. 11 Tennessee at Battle In Seattle, then started next game at home against Utah...next five appearances were in reserve role, then was inserted into starting line for next six games prior to giving way to senior Abdullahi Kuso for Senior Night in regular-season finale against Santa Clara...went 3-for-6 from field in those six late season starts...came off the bench against Santa Clara in semifinals of WCC Tournament, playing eight minutes for his longest stint since 11 minutes Feb. 16 at San Francisco...started WCC Tournament semifinal against Santa Clara, missing his only shot attempt while playing two minutes...gave way to Kuso in title game against host San Diego...re-entered starting lineup in NCAA Tournament First Round against Davidson, making his only shot attempt.

SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Missed exhibition game and first two regular-season games while rehabilitating from fall surgery to pin a non-displaced stress fracture in his right foot...made season debut against Oklahoma State in the Old Spice Classic in Orlando, FL, playing 9 minutes, hitting a pair of free throws and grabbing a pair of rebounds...played just 23 minutes over his first three games before coming off the bench for 11 minutes against Indiana, scoring 6 points and grabbing 6 rebounds as he provided critical minutes as Gonzaga broke away in second half for the victory...suffered another break in the same foot the day prior to Dec. 14 game with Arizona in Phoenix...decided to take medical redshirt year rather than return late in the season.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10): One of 19 players to train with Canada Basketball as a member of the Senior Men's National Team (SMNT) in June, 2009, and accompanied team to Spain for exhibition games...decided not to accompany team to Italy for exhibition games in August and to Puerto Rico for the Tuto Marchand Cup in August, preferring instead to stay in Spokane and continue workouts in preparation for Gonzaga season...after sitting out most of 2009, returned to action with a fast start, scoring in double digits in first six games including career-high 17 in back-to-back games to open season against Mississippi Valley State and at Michigan State...went 6-for-9 from field against MVSU and 7-for-12 at MSU...went 18-for-25 from field through first three games...broke career high with 23 points against Davidson in Battle in Seattle, connecting on 6-of-6 from the field and 11-for-18 from free throw line...had 19 double-digit games, including 13 against Florida State in NCAA Tournament first-round victory and 17 in second-round loss to No. 1 seed Syracuse...hit first career 3-point attempt against Illinois in the United Center in Chicago in first half as shot clock was winding down to give Gonzaga 22-6 lead in game Bulldogs won in overtime...scored 19 points against Illini while connecting on 7-of-9 from the field and 4-for-4 from the free throw line to go with his only career trey to date...grabbed 10 rebounds twice but did not have a double-double...had 10 boards at San Diego and 6 points, and 10 rebounds at Loyola Marymount and 2 points...nine rebounds three times...led team with 65 blocked shots to rank second on single-season list behind Austin Daye's 70 in 2009...73 career blocks rank 10th on Gonzaga career charts...career 51.3 percent shooter from the field on 154-300.

JUNIOR (2010-11): Played for Canada in 2010 FIBA World Championships in Turkey in September...averaged 2.4 ppg, 2.0 rpg...scored 8 points against Spain while playing tournament-high 14 minutes, going 3-for-6 from the field, 2-for-2 from the free throw line...grabbed 3 rebounds against both New Zealand and Spain...Canada went winless in five games...one of only two players to start all 35 games...double digit points in 24-of-35 games, four double-doubles - 13/11 vs. San Diego State, 15/10 vs. Illinois in Battle in Seattle, 16/15 vs. Oklahoma State, 17/12 at Portland...15 rebounds at Wake Forest a career high...had double-digit rebounds in two others games, 10 at Washington State and at Loyola Marymount to give him six double-digit rebounding games...scored 11 points and grabbed 7 rebounds in season opener against Southern University where his father, Greg LaFleur, was the athletic director...set career high with 24 points against Pepperdine, going 8-for-8 from field and 8-for-8 from the line...only other 20-plus game was 22 against Xavier...66 blocks for season rank second in single-season list, and he also holds third spot with 65 the previous season...fourth player to block 100 shots in career and 139 blocks ranks third behind Casey Calvary and Ronny Turiaf (currently with NY Knicks) and is ahead of Austin Daye (currently with Detroit Pistons)...led team in free throw shooting at 82.3 percent (163-for-198), the 163 free throws made moving him into tie for 10th with Doug Spradley...went 10-for-10 from line against Xavier to move into tie for single-game record based on minimum of 10 attempts held by several...named All-West Coast Conference first team and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 9 second team.

SENIOR (2011-12): Finished his career with 1,270 points to rank 21st on the Bulldog career charts and grabbed 679 rebounds for sixth all-time...averaged 11.6 ppg and 6.3 rpg this season...five double-digit rebounding games, including 10 in each of first three games and season-high 11 at home against San Diego...22 double-digit scoring games including season-high 22 in season opener...as junior and senior he was named to the All-West Coast Conference first team, and this season was also named the WCC Defender of the Year...60 blocks this season rank fourth all-time, and he also holds the second and third spots on the single-season list...186 career blocks rank second...as a junior was selected to the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District Nine second team...started 113 of his 136 career games.

 Misc.: Father, Greg LaFleur, is a former tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Cardinals and Indianapolis Colts from 1981-86, ending his career in '86 with the Colts...third-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1981 NFL Draft...played collegiate ball at Louisiana State and is former athletic director at Southern University in Baton Rouge, La., at University of Texas-San Marcos and Chicago State University....mother, Leslie Sacre, played basketball at LSU.