|High School:||The Kinkaid School|
|Robinson's Career Statistics|
Preseason Co-Pitcher of the Year by Collegiate Baseball … College Sports Madness Preseason All-Ivy Second Team ... moving into the starting rotation for his junior campaign.
All-Ivy First Team relief pitcher ... led team and ranked ninth in the Ivy League with 2.96 ERA ... also tied for the league lead with seven victories and ranked in the top 10 in opponent’s batting average (.210, 3rd), appearances (16, t-4th) and innings (54.2, t-7th) ... in conference games, led in appearances (9), tied for lead in wins (4) and third in saves (2), ranked third in ERA (1.29) and fifth in opponents batting average (.204) ... opposing base stealers were thrown out five times in 11 attempts with him on the mound ... roughed up in first game of the season, but posted a 1.72 ERA the rest of the way ... earned first collegiate victory against Nebraska Omaha, hurling seven innings of two-run ball on just four hits and three walks with three strikeouts ... came out of the bullpen for his next win, shutting out 18th-ranked Kansas in the last two stanzas of a 3-2, 10-inning triumph ... those two victories garnered him Ivy League co-Pitcher of the Week honors ... earned another extra-inning victory by surrendering a single run over five frames on three hits with five punchouts against Cornell ... beat Columbia with 3.1 shutout innings while fanning three in a 3-2, walk-off win ... yielded just two hits over four frames of relief with two strikeouts to beat Yale, 4-2 ... stuck with a loss due to three unearned runs scoring in five innings of work at Brown ... earned saves in each of next two appearances, preserving a 3-2 win over the Bears with a perfect inning, then subduing Harvard by getting the final two outs in a 4-2 victory ... with the Big Green needing a win to tie for the Rolfe Division lead in the final game at Harvard, came in for the fourth inning and hurled the final six stanzas for the 5-3 win, yielding two runs, one earned, on four hits and a walk with five strikeouts ... beat Yale in the divisional playoff with 5.1 innings of relief in the 11-4 game ... suffered a tough-luck loss in the Ivy League Championship Series at Columbia, yielding three unearned runs on a mere three hits while setting career highs with 7.2 innings and seven strikeouts.
Struck out first batter he faced in college during 10-3 win at Minnesota ... completed shutout of North Dakota State with two hitless innings ... held Slippery Rock scoreless with a pair of strikeouts over season-long 2.1 innings ... twirled two perfect frames versus Babson ... fanned two in 2.1 innings against Boston College ... pitched in both victories over Quinnipiac, hurling a shutout inning each time ... final outing of season came versus Amherst, throwing two innings without allowing a run.
Played three sports at The Kinkaid School, lettering in baseball all four years ... earned All-South Zone honors and All-Southwest Preparatory Conference honorable mention as a sophomore ... All-SPC and All-South Zone as a junior and senior as well to help Falcons go 23-11-1 and reach the SPC championship game ... allowed one earned run over a 35-inning stretch ... team captain as a senior in football, basketball and baseball ... three-year letterman in basketball, two years in football ... played center on the football squad, helping team win the SPC Championship twice ... Senior Class President ... Dan Hart Male Athlete Award ... Senior CLASS Citizenship Award ... Peer Mentor ... C.A. Caskey, Sr. Scholarship Award.
Full name is Duncan Kent Robinson ... son of Rocky and Deborah, has two older sisters ... born Dec. 5, 1993 in Houston, Texas ... comes from an athletic family as his father played football at Ripon and grandfather William was a three-sport athlete at Northern Illinois (football, basketball and track) ... both sisters played field hockey in college as well with the eldest, Haley, graduating from Boston University in 2010 and Jordan finishing up her degree at Rhodes College in 2013 ... enjoys playing golf like a true pitcher.