Former Hoosier standout Kevin Robson joined the IU staff as a volunteer coach in July 2013.
Robson returns to Bloomington after stints as both a player (2003-06) and student coach (2007). Robson was a member of the Hoosiers' 2003 and 2004 NCAA title teams and won Big Ten titles in 2003, 2004 and 2006. Robson led the Hoosiers in assists with six in 2006 and finished second in that category on the 2004 title team.
"We are very excited to have Kevin return to IU to serve on our coaching staff," Yeagley said. "Kevin can light up a room with his enthusiasm and passion for IU Soccer. Kevin has a deep appreciation for what it means to wear the IU Jersey and I am excited to have him work with our team."
In his four-year career Robson tallied seven goals and 16 assists. Part of the strong Indiana-St. Louis soccer pipeline, Robson won the 2006 U-23 national title with Scott Gallagher Soccer Club and led Chaminade College Prep to back-to-back state titles in 2001 and 2002.
While working in the private sector in Denver, Robson spent 2009-10 as head coach of Real Colorado U-18 Boys. In 2011 he was assistant coach for the real Colorado Foxes PDL team, and from 2011-13 was head coach of Real Colorado U-14 Boys.
" I am very thrilled and honored to be heading back to Indiana University," Robson said. "Getting the chance to learn from established coaches such as Todd, Brian, and Ernie is an opportunity I can't wait to have. Bloomington is a very special place with a great soccer tradition and great people. I feel very fortunate to be a part of this program and I look forward to working with the staff and players as we continue to strive for more championships."
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