Aquinas Saints Women's Soccer Camps
Head Coach - 1st Season
Robinson comes to Aquinas with a history of coaching success in the West Michigan soccer community. Robinson is the head coach for the GRFC Women’s Team and in 2017 won a UWS National Championship along with being named National Coach of the year. For the past six seasons, Robinson served as head coach for the Grandville High School girls' team, winning six district championships, three conference championships, and a regional title while finishing as State Runners-Up in 2013. He received the MSYSA Competitive Girls Coach of the Year Award for the state of Michigan in 2016. Robinson works as the Director of Coaching for Midwest United FC, and won a U16 Girls National Championship in summer of 2016.
Coach Robinson received his USSF A License (the highest coaching license available in the US) in 2015. Robinson is on staff with MSYSA Coaching Education and is a part of the US Soccer Training Center Coaching Staff.
Robinson was born and raised in Newcastle, England, but moved to Grand Rapids in 2005 to attend Davenport University. He played four years of collegiate soccer for the Panthers and received his MBA in Strategic Management from Davenport in 2013. He now resides in Kentwood with his fiancé, Stephanie.