Tyler Robinson joined the Hope College Men’s Soccer program as a volunteer assistant coach in the 2018 season. He specializes in goalkeeping training and coaching.
Robinson has been a varsity head coach at the high school level for a decade before joining the Flying Dutchmen.
A native of Lansing, Michigan, Robinson was a decorated goalkeeper at Michigan State University under head coach Joe Baum. In his senior year in 2002, he earned numerous honors for the Spartans, including First Team All-Big Ten, All-Great Lakes Region, Academic All-Big Ten, and Second Team Academic All-America.
In high school, Robinson claimed all-conference and all-district honors in soccer at Lansing Waverly. He was all-conference in basketball as well as all-state and All-American in lacrosse.
Robinson has a daughter, Quinn. He and his wife, Lauren, a 2006 Hope College graduate, both teach in the Hamilton school district. He is a high school English Language Arts teacher. A former Hope women’s soccer player under head coach Leigh Sears, Lauren teaches German at the high school and is a Career and College Readiness Counselor for the school district.
Robinson currently is the varsity head girls soccer coach at Hamilton. He previously coached varsity boys soccer at Hamilton as well.