Nick Robinson Named To Stanford Coaching Staff
June 7, 2006
Stanford, Calif. - Former Stanford standout Nick Robinson has been named an assistant coach to the Stanford men's basketball staff, announced head coach Trent Johnson today. Robinson, who was named the program's Director of Basketball Operations earlier this year, replaces Tony Fuller, who leaves the Cardinal program to take the head coaching job at Brophy Prep in Phoenix, Arizona.
Robinson played in 110 games (67 as a starter) for the Cardinal from 2001-02 through the 2004-05 season. Three times in his career, Robinson was named winner of the Howie Dallmar Coaches Award, presented to the Stanford player who displayed excellence on-and-off the court. During Robinson's playing days on The Farm, Stanford chalked up an impressive 92-34 record (.730), four trips to the NCAA Tournament, a Pac-10 title in 2003-04, and a No. 1 ranking during the 2003-04 season (30-2). Known for his outstanding defensive play and leadership abilities, Robinson was named Best Defensive Player three times by his teammates.
Robinson, a three-time All Pac-10 Academic selection, graduated from Stanford in 2005 with a master's degree in Sociology and a bachelor's degree in Political Science.
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