Nathan Robinson
Nathan Robinson
Year: Senior
Hometown: Abilene,Texas
High School: Texas Tech Long Distance HS
Previous College: Tyler Community College

2011 (Junior): Limited by injuries, finished 1-2 in singles matches and 6-6 in doubles … won his season-opening match in singles before battling injuries the rest of the season and participating in just four singles matches total … teamed with Robert Raguz to win the first two doubles matches of the season … saw limited action throughout the year and missed the final 11 matches of the schedule … earned the Dr. Robert McMinn Economics Award for having the highest GPA (4.0) of all juniors majoring in economics.

2010 (Sophomore): Named Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year after going 10-7 in singles as a sophomore transfer … opened the year with back-to-back wins over players from New Mexico State and Prairie View A&M … won a season-best three-straight matches to end the year as the Islanders clinched a third-straight Southland Conference Championship … teamed with Andrew Maingot to pick up a doubles win in their match against No. 58 Iowa.

Prior to Texas A&M – Corpus Christi: Played at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas, for head coach John Peterson … helped his team to a 19-4 record and a national runner-up finish … earned All-America honors in both singles and doubles during his only year at TJC.

High School: Played for Texas Tech Long Distance High School while being home schooled …

Personal: Born Nathan Robinson on October 2, 1989 in Abilene, Texas … parents are Matt and Paige Robinson … double majoring in finance and economics.