Anthony Robinson is in his 4th season on the Florida A&M Baseball coaching staff in 2015. Robinson will coach third base, work primarily with the outfielders and assist with the hitters.
A native of Tallahassee, Robinson’s ties to the Rattler baseball program began in high school as he played at Florida A&M Developmental Research School where he excelled in both baseball and basketball. Robinson was a two-sport letterman at FAMUDRS and a state basketball champion in 1994 and 1995.
Robinson earned a baseball scholarship and played baseball for Florida A&M under former Head Coach Joseph Durant from 1996-1999. Robinson primarily played third base while at FAMU, and earned MEAC Freshman of the Year honors in 1996. He was also named to the MEAC All-Tournament Team in 1996 and 1997 and was voted Second-Team All-MEAC at third base his senior season in 1999.
He comes to FAMU having coached on various different levels of baseball, including Babe Ruth 13U All-Star Team (2001), Lincoln High School Freshman/Varsity (2002) and Florida High School baseball teams from 2003-2013. From 2001-2005 he served as the Assistant Head Coach for the Varsity Boy's Basketball team at Florida High and the Head Coach for the Varsity Boy's basketball team from 2006-2011. Before arriving at FAMU, Robinson was the Head Coach for the Varsity Girl's Basketball team at Florida High from 2013-2015.
Robinson graduated from Florida A&M in 2001 with a BS degree in Health, Physical Education and Recreation. He and his wife, Anicia, are the proud parents of two boys, Anthony II and Amare.