Biography and Career Highlights
2010-11: Named the 2010 Doug Collins Endowed Scholarship recipient.
2009-10: Played in all 33 games and started the last 31 contests of the season, his first career starts Posted at least three steals in six games, including a career-best four against Northern Iowa (Jan. 9) Led the squad in three-point percent shooting with a 36.5 percent clip Posted a solid all-around game against Morehead State (Feb. 20) with a career-best 15 points, a career-high six rebounds, five assists and only one turnover Dished out a career-best six assists against Drake (Feb. 6) without a single turnover Scored a then-career-best 13 points in back-to-back games against Northern Iowa (Jan. 9) and Evansville (Jan. 13) Only played four minutes at SIU Edwardsville, the season-opener, after suffering a concussion in the exhibition win over Quincy Tallied five double-digit scoring games on the season Also led the team in assist-to-turnover ratio at 3.33.
2008-09: Played in 21 games, all as a reserve Missed the first 11 games of the season after suffering a "Jones fracture" on his left foot in October 2008 Equaled his season-best with six points in a career-tying 22 minutes played against Evansville (March 6) in the quarterfinals of the 2009 State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Also scored six points at Drake (Feb. 15) and against Creighton (Jan. 3) Scored his first points of the season with a three-pointer against Evansville (Dec. 31) Registered 20 assists on the season with only nine turnovers in 230 minutes played for a team-best 2.22 assist-to-turnover ratio.
2007-08: Appeared in 20 games, including the last 11 of the season Averaged 1.4 points, 0.3 rebounds and 0.5 assists per game His three-pointer in the State Farm MVC Tournament quarterfinals against Missouri State (March 7) gave ISU a 53-51 lead that it did not relinquish Scored a career-high seven points on 2-of-3 shooting, including one three-pointer, and had one assist in 10 minutes against Wright State (Feb. 24) Scored three points in eight minutes at Evansville (Feb. 20) Played seven minutes at Indiana State (Feb. 16) Scored a season-high six points and two assists in the season opener against Missouri-St. Louis (Nov. 7) Chipped in six points on two made three-pointers at Ball State (Dec. 22).
Armstrong High School: Led the Falcons to a 19-10 overall record, a sectional championship and a second-place finish in the state his senior season Averaged 20 points, five assists and four rebounds per game Was a finalist for Minnesota's "Mr. Basketball" Award in 2007 A two-time All-Classic Lake Conference selection Averaged 14.5 points and 4.8 assists per game as a junior In 2006, was named to the all-metro defensive second team and was an honorable mention all-state selection Was an all-conference selection as a sophomore Played AAU basketball for the Minnesota Magic Elite Coached by Greg Miller.
Personal: Full name: Alex C. Rubin Birthdate: Jan. 25, 1989 Birthplace: Plymouth, Minn. Parents: Joseph and Marquorite Rubin Has an older sister Major: business.
Honors and Awards
||2010 Doug Collins Endowed Scholarship
10 | Alex Rubin
15 vs. Morehead State, 2-20-10
6 vs. Morehead State, 2-20-10
38 at Southern Illinois, 1-23-10
4, three times
Field Goals Attempts
8 at Bradley, 2-9-10
3-Point Field Goals
4, four times
3-Point FGs Attempts
7, eight times
8 at Utah, 12-19-09
Free Throws Attempts
10 vs. St. Bonaventure, 11-29-09
2 vs. Grambling State, 12-22-09