Hoekstra's Career Stats
A non-scholarship player who finished his Demon Deacon career as a four-year letterwinner ... Local product from Lewisville, N.C., the same Winston-Salem suburb that produced Wake Forest All-American Chris Paul ... Valuable member of the scout team each of his four years on campus ... Was always one of the stronger players on the team ... Came to Wake Forest after an outstanding prep career at Forsyth Country Day ... Received the team's inaugural Skip Prosser Award in 2007-08.
Played in a career-high nine games off the bench ... Saw action in three ACC contests ... Was one of four senior players honored on the team's Senior Day March 8 vs. Clemson ... Saw action late in the game in the Deacons' season opener vs. N.C. Central (Nov. 14) ... Tallied a steal and an offensive rebound against the Eagles ... Saw action late against UNC Wilmington (Nov. 19) ... Pulled down one rebound vs. the Seahawks ... Saw action for the third straight game vs. Winston-Salem State (Nov. 24) ... Made his only field goal attempt to finish with two points vs. Indiana (Dec. 3) ... Saw action late vs. Bucknell (Dec. 6) ... Saw action late at East Carolina (Dec. 22) ... Saw his first ACC action of the season by playing the final two minutes of the game vs. Florida State (Feb. 14) ... Had a field goal attempt late in the game vs. Georgia Tech (Feb. 18) ... Saw action on Senior Day vs. Clemson (Mar. 8).
Saw action in five games off the bench ... Received the team's inaugural Skip Prosser Award, which goes to the player who best represents the values and virtues displayed by Coach Prosser, including integrity, character, trustworthiness and an emphasis on academics ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Made his season debut Nov. 23 against Winston-Salem State ... Got in three games later against USC Upstate on Dec. 1 ... Attempted his only field goal of the season on Jan. 12 at Boston College ... Played a career-high three minutes against the Eagles ... Saw limited action on March 1 at Georgia Tech ... Matched his career-high with three minutes of action March 4 at Virginia Tech.
Saw action in two games off the bench ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Made one of his only two field goal attempts on the season ... Went 1-of-2 from the field for two points in a Dec. 19 home game against Gardner-Webb ... Pulled down one rebound in limited action against North Carolina on Jan. 24.
Played in two games off the bench ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Made his collegiate debut Dec. 3 at Elon ... Connected on his only field goal attempt of the season on Dec. 30 against Charleston Southern.
A 2005 graduate of Forsyth Country Day School ... Played for the Furies under coaches David Bowman and Jack McHale ... Earned five varsity letters, including wo in basketball and three in baseball ... Was captain of both the baseball and basketball teams as a senior ... Averaged a double-double of 15 points and 11 rebounds as a senior ... Named all-conference ... Earned a spot on the Frank Spencer All-Tournament Team and the Hot Hoops All-Tournament Team ... Played AAU ball for the Kappa Magic ... Member of the Math and Spanish Honor Society ... Graduated eighth out of a class of 92 ... Involved in Habitat for Humanity ... Former Deacon Ken Herbst also graduated from FCDS.
Given name is Robert James Hoekstra ... Son of Jim and Sheryl Hoekstra ... Has two siblings - one brother and one sister ... Born April 27, 1987 in Cincinnati ... Received his degree in finance in May of 2009.