Rone Robinson
Rone  Robinson
Associate Head Coach

Robinson begins his second season as the associate head coach for North Texas softball after serving as an assistant at UT-Dallas and UT-Arlington. He works primarily with the hitters at North Texas.

Robinson returns to the Mean Green after serving as a volunteer assistant during the 2008-09 season. He moved on locally to work two seasons at UT-Dallas as an assistant coach and then spent this past year at UT-Arlington.

As the hitting coach at UTD, Robinson helped the Comets bat .318 in 2010 and .308 in 2011. He also led the team to sharp spikes in home runs, on-base percentage and slugging percentage as UTD broke nine offensive categories. At UTA, Robinson served as the Mavericks hitting coach and worked with the infield and outfielders.

Robinson was a two-year letterwinner for the Louisiana-Lafayette baseball team as a shortstop and centerfielder from 1993-94. He was a two-sport star, also lettering with the football team from 1989-93. He served as captain during his senior season in 1993, helping lead his team to a co-conference championship. The wide receiver was named second-team all-conference in the Big West. He earned his degree from ULL in applied science in 1995.

He continued his baseball career with the Carson Crawdads, a semi-professional team in Los Angeles, Calif. He also served as an assistant coach with the team, where he oversaw and ran infield and outfield practices and recruiting functions. Robinson was voted Newcomer of the Year and named to two All-Star games.

Robinson is married to his wife, Kimberly, who is a native of The Colony, Texas. The two have two sons, Devin and Roman.

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