Women's Tennis Announces the Hiring of Robison as Assistant Coach

Photo courtesy of Northwestern Athletics.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Head women’s tennis coach, Traci Green, has announced the addition of Keri Robison as the assistant coach for the Crimson.

Robison joins the Crimson after spending the 2009-10 season as the volunteer assistant coach at Illinois. In that role, Robison helped coach the Fighting Illini to a 15-10 record, including a 9-10 record against nationally ranked opponents.
The 2009 graduate of Northwestern reached a number of personal milestones during her senior season with the Wildcats. Robison compiled a career-best 31-8 overall singles record, qualified for the NCAA Doubles championship, and finished the season with a doubles ranking of No. 34 during the 2008-09 campaign.
The Decatur, Ill., native also helped lead the Wildcats to three straight Big Ten titles and a final national ranking of No. 2 in 2008 and 2009. She finished her career with an overall singles record of 59-17 and 77-17 in doubles.
Robison's collegiate career began at the University of Florida, where she played one season from 2005-06, earning Second Team All-SEC honors after going 5-0 in SEC regular-season matches. She helped lead the Gators to a perfect 11-0 mark in conference, the SEC Tournament title and a final national ranking of No. 2.