After spending the last four seasons in the Stone Bridge High School girls basketball program in different capacities, Dana Robinson has been promoted to head varsity girls basketball coach.
Robinson has served as freshmen, junior varsity and assistant varsity coach with the Bulldogs.
“I am extremely excited to lead them this season,” Robinson said. “I have a lot of new ideas and am very eager to get our girls ready for the upcoming year. We plan on working hard and upholding all Stone Bridge athletics’ expectations. I’m thrilled to have this opportunity and look forward to a successful season.”
Robinson earned both a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and a Master’s degree in Education from James Madison University. She currently teaches Physical Education and Health at Stone Bridge.
“We are thrilled to have Dana become the head coach of our girls’ basketball program,” Bulldogs athletic director Dave Hembach said. “Coach Robinson has gained experience and knowledge over the past four years in our program. She has a great rapport with the girls. Her passion for coaching and teaching has brought excitement to our school and team.”
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