Head Coach Allison Robinson
Coach Robinson was a 3-sport athlete at her high school in Morgan Hill, Ca. She lettered in volleyball, basketball, and softball all four years. During the Spring of her Senior year Allison earned Santa Clara County Athlete of the Year and has her name engraved on the Wall of fame at HP Pavilion. Pro Beach Volleyball Player Kerri Walsh won it the year before. She then decided to play softball at the college level attending West Valley Junior College in Northern California for 2 years. She was nor-cal player of the year in the Junior college ranks in 1999.
She then earned a softball scholarship to play at University of Arizona. She played short stop and earned 2nd team All-Pac 10 her Junior year. During her senior year her team won the NCAA National Championship with a 53-3 over all record! (Yes, she did play with Jennie Finch) Allison continues to have an ongoing relationship with her former coach; Coach Candrea who also had ties with coaching the USA Olympic team. She was truly inspired by her playing experience and thoroughly enjoys incorporating everything she learned into her coaching.
Allison was then selected to play on the National Pro fast pitch All-team team in 2003. During that summer she played, promoted, hosted clinics throughout the nation and did marketing for the league which started the follow year. In 2004 she played short stop for the California Sunbirds Pro team.
Prior to transferring to Christopher High School Allison was the head softball coach at Chandler High School for (5 years) and Perry High School (4 years). She developed a winning programs that were recognized as being tops in the state. At Perry High School, Allison took great pride in building a dynamic softball program from the ground up. During their first varsity season she took her team to the 4A-II state simi-finals. The following year her team moved up 2 divisions and still made the play offs, placing 12thin 5A D2 state tournament. That year she helped every senior in her program earn a softball scholarship to play in college.
Allison has been teaching High School Special Education for 11 years. She currently teaches Guided Studies class, and works with the Math/Science department. She is very happy to be home in NCAL , as she was born and raised in Morgan Hill. She is happily married to her husband Patrick, they have 4 kids Jaxen 6, Dylan 4, and twins boys born May 28th- Brody and Trevor who are currently 3 months old.
In Oct 2013 Allison will be inducted into the Live Oak High School Sports Hall of Fame for all of her accomplishments.
Play With Emotion, Confidence, and an I Can Do Attitude.
A Commitment To Give Maximum Effort At All Times.
A Commitment To Improve Personally, Mentally, and Physically.
To Support Other Players and The Coaches In A Positive Manner.
To Anticipate Game Situations