With prior success as an assistant coach for collegiate women's tennis, Nathan Robinson joined the UC Davis men’s tennis team as assistant coach in the summer of 2017.
From 2016 to 2017, Robinson was the women’s tennis assistant coach at Western Michigan University. In that season, the Broncos defeated multiple Big 10 and ACC opponents and set a program record by defeating the number five ranked doubles team in the nation.
In 2014, the Oklahoma native served as a Director of Operations and Volunteer Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach at Oklahoma State University for two season. Within the two years there, he made his first trip ever to the NCAA Championships, where the Cowgirls defeated the number five, number four, and number one seeded teams. The Oklahoma women’s tennis team achieved a perfect, undefeated 9-0 record in the Big 12 regular season, as well as set a nation’s best NCAA record of going 32-1 in doubles points. The Cowgirls were also tournament champions and NCAA runner-ups before ending their season with a 29-5 overall record.
Before coaching collegiate-level athletics, Robinson was the Stillwater Public School’s High School Girl’s Head Tennis Coach for two seasons. Also, Robinson was the Head of Junior Development and Assistant Tennis Pro title under the Shadow Valley Tennis Center in Rogers, Arkansas during his undergraduate years.
Robinson earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in Sports Management, from Oklahoma State University in December of 2014.
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