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Jan 30, 2024

Robbins Named a Top Assistant Coach By College Soccer News

CLEMSON, S.C. – After helping lead the Clemson women’s soccer program to its most historic season on the pitch, Associate Head Coach Jeff Robbins has been named one of the top assistant coaches in the nation as announced by College Soccer News.

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This past season, Robbins was a key leader for the Tigers as he helped the team secure 18 victories, record 14 shutouts and net 56 goals in the 2023 campaign. Robbins also helped guide Clemson towards the program’s first College Cup appearance.

In addition to the Tigers historic postseason run, Robbins and the rest of the staff saw four players be selected in the 2024 NWSL draft as Hal Hershfelt (Round 1, Pick 5), Makenna Morris (Round 1, Pick 13), Halle Mackiewicz (Round 3, Pick 32) and Caroline Conti (Round 3, Pick 34) were all picked up by professional clubs. 

Robbins is entering his 14th season at Clemson, alongside Head Coach Eddie Radwanski and Assistant Coach Siri Mullinix. The schedule for the upcoming spring season is set to be released in the next few weeks.

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