Men's Golf Signs Robinson to NLI|
June 4, 2013
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Head coach Matt Grobe and the Marshall men’s golf program announced the signing of Clark Robinson to a National Letter of Intent on Monday.
Robinson, a 6-3 right-handed golfer and native of South Windsor, Conn., was a four-year letterman for the South Windsor High School men’s golf program. During his career, he was named to the All-State first team for three years, All-CCC East Conference first team for three years, and the All-New England team for one year.
Following his high school graduation, Robinson continued to play golf for IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. While with IMG Academy, he earned the individual title at the Preserve Golf Club while playing on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, and also had two second place finishes at the Laural Oak Golf Club and the LPGA National while participating on the IMG Junior Golf Tour.
“We are really pleased to have Clark Robinson coming to Marshall this fall,” Grobe commented. “He was a really good high school golfer at South Windsor High School in Connecticut and spent the last year honing his skills at the IMG Academy. We believe he is the type of player that can come in and make an immediate impact for our golf team.
“He will be joining Will Evans as an incoming freshman and we are very anxious to get them both on campus.”
Robinson is the second signee for Marshall men’s golf. He will be joining Evans, who signed with the Thundering Herd in November.