|Title:||Director of Physical Fitness and Recreation|
Mike Robinson has been associated with Birmingham-Southern
athletics for over 25 years now.
His current role involves the oversight of BSC's athletic facilities, including the Larry D. Striplin Physical Fitness and Recreation Center, the intramural sports program on campus and fitness and wellness programming for BSC students, faculty and staff.
Robinson came to BSC in 1984 as director of fitness and also served as athletic director from 1993 until 1998 before BSC's move to NCAA Division I athletics commenced.
In May of 2005, Robinson recieved the Bob Strain Distinguished Service Award for his outstanding contribution to BSC Athletics during his career on the Hilltop.
Prior to his move to the Hilltop, Robinson earned a master's degree in adult fitness from the University of Alabama (1984). His bachelor's degree in education (1978) is from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tenn., where he was a standout place kicker for the Blue Raider football team. At one point, Robinson held several of MTSU's place-kicking records.
In his spare time, Robinson is an avid racquetball player and fan of drag racing. The Memphis, Tenn., native is married to the former Nicole Rohrabaugh. They have two sons, Bradley and Mitchell.