2003: Started all 19 games….took 14 shots from his defender position, four on goal…led a Flames defensive attack that posted three shutouts and held nine opponents to one goal…one of four Flames to make the Horizon League 2003 Fall Academic Honor Roll.
2002: Saw action in 16 games while getting the starting nod in 11 outings...did not record a point during the season...took eight shots with three on goal...part of defense that tabbed six shutouts and held opponents to a goal or less in eight outings in '02.
2001: Saw action in 15 games as a sophomore while getting the starting call in 10 contests… finished the season with four points, netting a goal and dishing out a pair of assists…scored his second collegiate goal versus Eastern Illinois on Sept. 30…also tallied an assist in the game to finish with a single-game career-high three points…tabbed an assist on Dennis King’s game-winning goal against Bradley on Sept. 22.
2000: In his first season of action, he played in 23 outings while earning the starting nod in 10 games…had one goal for two points during the year…scored his first collegiate goal in the Flames’ 5-0 win over Cleveland State in the quarterfinals of the MCC Tournament.
1999: Redshirted the season and will retain four years of eligibility.
Prep/Personal: Lettered three seasons as a sweeper for the St. Charles Saints…as a senior in the backfield, he helped the team to an 18-4-2 record as he tallied four goals and six assists for 14 points…following the year, he was named team MVP while earning Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune Second Team All-State accolades…was also selected to the Daily Herald's All-Area Team, the Upstate Eight All-Conference squad and the Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State Team…as a junior, he buried three goals and passed off five assists for 11 points while St. Charles finished third in the state with a 28-3-1 record…earned a spot on the Upstate Eight Academic All-Conference Team as a junior and senior…as a sophomore, he earned a spot on the varsity squad and helped the Fighting Saints to a 28-0-2 overall record and a state championship…born April 6, 1981…son of William Robinson…a teaching of history major.