Robert M. Feaster
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Men's Basketball


An outstanding athlete and explosive scorer, Feaster just the third Crusader all-time to crack the 2,000 career point mark, finishing with 2,224 in four seasons.  He was an All-Patriot League performer in each of his four years, beginning with a Rookie of the Year selection in 1992 and working towards Player of the Year honors in 1995. He finished his college career as the league's all-time leading scorer, bolstered by a junior season in which his 28.0 points per game average was second best in the nation behind Glenn Robinson of Purdue, the first pick in the NBA Draft. Aside from his spot on the all-time scoring list, Feaster was second on the HC career list for blocks (89) and  steals (166) when he graduated. His leadership was a factor in his success as well, as he is one of just a select few players in school history to serve as a captain for two seasons. In addition, he was selected to the Patriot League's All-Decade Team for the 1990s.