The 2017 season marks the third year for Michael Robson as an assistant coach at his alma mater. The former Billiken student-athlete was hired at SLU in February 2015.
Robson played for the Billikens from 2009 to 2012. He helped SLU capture Atlantic 10 Conference Championship crowns as a freshman and senior. In all, he played in 72 games and recorded three goals and six assists. Robson was an All-Conference choice as a junior and an All-Region selection his sophomore year.
Robson was chosen as the program’s Mark Demling Award winner following his senior campaign. That honor goes to a Billiken who puts the team first and foremost and gives everything he has to the team.
A native of St. Louis, Robson played four years at Chaminade and helped the squad to a state championship in 2006. He also played club ball for St. Louis Scott Gallagher. Robson’s brother, Kevin, is an assistant coach at Indiana University.