Jason Harris 5'9 185 G
Proved himself as one of the top defensive and three-point shooting players in the Atlantic 10 last
year. Named Best Defender in the Atlantic 10 by The Sporting News...Named the fourth most dangerous
shooter by ESPN’s Dick Vitale. Was second on the squad last year in scoring...Set school steal
records. Will join the 1,000 point club at Fordham this winter.
1999-2000: Appeared in 28 games starting 20. Set school records for most steals in a game with nine at Holy Cross and most
steals in a season with 78. Ranked 16th in the NCAA Division I in steals per game and third in the Atlantic 10. Hit 93 of
238 three pointers for a 39.1 percentage. The 93 treys made in 28 games ranked him tenth in the nation in three-pointers made/game (3.3),
tops in the Atlantic 10. Fifth in the Atlantic 10 in three-point field goal percentage. Hit a school record ten
three-pointers in a game against Quinnipiac. The 93 three-pointers made was the second most in Fordham history…Enters the season tied for first on
Fordham’s career three-pointers made list with 195…Averaged 15.2 ppg (second best on team) and 2.8
rpg. Averaged 12.6 ppg in Atlantic 10 play…Ranked 12th in the Atlantic 10 in scoring. Named Atlantic 10
Player of Week twice last year, the week ending Dec. 26th and the week ending Nov. 28th...Named to the
All-Tournament Team at the ECAC Holiday Festival.Scored a career-high 39 points in the win over Quinnipiac.
1998-99: Appeared in all 27 games, starting 26. Averaged 11.3 ppg and 3.8 rpg. Averaged 12.7 ppg in Atlantic 10 play...Also had 75 assists (second
on team) and led team with 54 steals. Sixth in the A-10 in steals/game with 2.0/game...Seventh in the A-10
with a 1.83 assist/turnover ratio (75 assists/41 turnovers). Ninth in the A-10 in three-point shooting
percentage (36.0) and sixth in three-pointers/game (2.48). Spent part of the summer of 1999 on a European tour with the NIT All-Star team.
1997-98: Appeared in all 27 games, starting nine. Averaged 6.0 ppg and 2.9
rpg...Also had 59 assists and 24 steals...Tenth in the A-10 with a 1.59 assist/turnover ratio
(59 assists/37 turnovers). Hit 35.6% (26-73) of his three-pointers in Atlantic 10 games…Nailed 35 threes on the season,
second best on team.
Harris is a tremendous outside shooter, whose has unlimited range.
Additionally he is a great ballhandler as seen in his assist to turnover ratio. He is one fine player and
should be playing professionally someplace next year.
Arseni Kuchinsky 6-7 210 F
Will provide Fordham with depth at forward. Has excellent range as proven by his 40.5% three-point field goal percentage last year. Gives the Rams depth on the bench..
1999-2000: Appeared in 28 games last year, starting one. Averaged 5.2 ppg and 2.2 rpg. Averaged 6.1 ppg and 2.3 rpg in Atlantic 10 games, also had 34 assists, 12 steals and nine blocks...Scored a career-high 20 points, hitting four of his seven three-point attempts, and added a career-best seven assists in a loss to Xavier.
1998-99: Appeared in 16 games, starting one. Averaged 1.2 ppg and 0.5 rpg..
A European player who came to the United States to play for former coach Nick Macarchuck. Arseni is a good perimeter player who unlike
many European players will go to the basket strong. He is a solid player who will more than likely end up playing in Europe once his eligibility is up.
Bevin Robin 6'2 180 G
Named Preseason All-Conference by Preview Sports College Basketball. Will be looked to for experience and leadership.
Won his third Gold medal at the Empire State Games this summer as a member of the New York City team.
Named Most Valuable Player of the prestigious Rucker League this summer, netting 32 points in the
championship game to led his squad to its second straight title..Can beat you from the outside or
by driving to the basket. Has an unbelievable work ethic, can often be found in the gym shooting jumpers at all hours.
1999-2000: Tri-captain. Started 27 games at point guard for the Rams.
Led the team and was eleventh in the A-10 with a 15.7 ppg scoring average
and was second on team with 97 assists (ninth in A-10). Third on team with
3.9 rpg average. Sixth in the A-10 in free throw percentage, hitting
95 of 120 (79.2%), tenth in three-point field goal percentage (36.4%) and
tenth in three-pointers/game (2.33). Named to the All-Tournament Team at the
ECAC Holiday Festival. Third Team All-Atlantic 10.
1998-99: Co-captain who appeared in all 27 games at point guard.
Named Second Team All-A-10 after being named Preseason Third Team All-Conference. Led squad and was seventh in the Atlantic 10 with a 17.0 ppg scoring average and led team with 96 assists (11th in A-10). Averaged 17.6 ppg in Atlantic 10 play. Fourth on squad with
3.6 rpg. Second in the conference in free throw shooting, hitting 119 of 142 on the year (83.8%). Eleventh in the A-10 in three-pointers made/game (1.89).
1997-98: Started all 27 games at point guard. Led A-10 with an 18.3 ppg
scoring average and led team with 102 assists…Ranked fourth in the Atlantic 10 in free throw percentage (81.2%), seventh in three-point field goals percentage (38.4%), tied for tenth in assists (3.8/game), tied for tenth in steals (1.7/game), and 12th in field goal
percentage (42.0%). Broke the freshman single-game scoring record with his 35-point outburst in the St. Joseph’s win. Named A-10 Rookie of the Week three times...Netted career-high 35 points in win over St. Joseph’s. Named to the Seton Hall/Meadowlands All-Tournament Team. Averaged 17.8 ppg in Atlantic 10 games…Led team with 45 steals.
One of the most underrated point guards in the country. Robin can play with the best of them, and has. He has definite NBA potential and will probably end up in some team's training camp. He has all the skills needed to be successful in the NBA. However, because he does not have a big name he will probably end up playing overseas or in the CBA, and then coming back to the states to
play in the NBA ala' Jeff McInnis of the Clippers.