Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Youngstown State Adds Former Morehead State Assistant Stew Robinson to Coaching Staff

Youngstown State has added former Morehead State assistant Stew Robinson to the coaching staff.

Robinson has 14 years of experience and coaching stints in the Big XII, Ohio Valley Conference and the Horizon League.

Here is an excerpt from WFMJ.com:

"Stew is a quality addition to our staff," Slocum said. "He has a great pedigree in terms of working for Coach (Bob) Knight. He's been a part of the Knight family for a long time. He played four years for him and coached at Texas Tech with him.

"Coach Robinson brings an enthusiasm and positiveness to our program, and we are really excited to have him."

Robinson spent the last four seasons at Horizon League member UIC from 2011-15 and served as the Flames' recruiting coordinator. During his tenure, 15 of 17 seniors graduated, and he helped the Flames to the school's first postseason victory in the 2013 CollegeInsider.com Tournament.

Prior to joining UIC, Robinson spent eight seasons at Texas Tech under Head Coaches Bob Knight and Pat Knight from 2003-11. While in Lubbock, Texas, Robinson helped the Red Raiders to three NCAA Tournaments, including the 2005 Sweet 16, and 19-or-more wins on four occasions.

After serving as an assistant at Plattsburgh State for one season, Robinson accepted a position on the staff of the Morehead State Eagles (2002-03). At 20-9 that season, the Eagles were co-champions of the Ohio Valley Conference and registered their second 20-win mark in school history.

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