Mike Robinson is in his 34th year of being associated with Birmingham-Southern athletics.
His current role involves the oversight of the Larry D. Striplin, Jr. Physical Fitness and Recreation Center, the intramural sports program, the outdoor recreation program and physical fitness and wellness programming for BSC students, faculty, and staff.
Robinson came to BSC in 1984 as the Director of Physical Fitness and Recreation. He also served as athletic director 1993-99 before BSC's move to NCAA Division I athletics commenced, and assitant athletic director from 1999-2007.
In May of 2005, Robinson received the Bob Strain Distinguished Service Award for his outstanding contribution to BSC Athletics during his career on the Hilltop. In October of 2010, Robinson was inducted into the BSC Sports Hall of Fame for his contributions to the athletic department during his time as AD.
Prior to his arrival to the Hilltop, Robinson earned a master's degree in adult fitness from the University of Alabama. He received his bachelor's degree in education from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tenn., where he was a standout place kicker for the Blue Raider football team.
The Memphis, Tenn. native is married to the former Nicole Rohrabaugh and they have two sons, Bradley and Mitchell, both BSC alumni. In his spare time, Robinson enjoys playing racquetball, the drums, and guitar.