Active from 1967-1970 • Inducted in 2011
A four-year letter winner in baseball, Robinson helped the Pioneers to a Northwest Conference Championship in 1967. A three-time First-Team All-NWC and NAIA District 2 honoree, he was named the Pete Ward Most Valuable Player during his junior season. He was the team leader in batting average his freshman, sophomore, and senior seasons, finishing with a 3.61, 3.92, and 3.52 average respectively.
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