Robbins signs with Siena Heights soccer

Brendan Robbins signs a letter of intent Feb. 7 to play soccer and attend Siena Heights University. Seen here with Robbins is Siena Heights Coach Drew Crawford, Huron High School Varsity Coach Matt Lividini, and his parents Everette and Carrie.


By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

Published Feb. 9, 2020

Brendan Robbins, senior at Huron High School, signed a NCAA letter of intent to play soccer at Siena Heights University on Feb. 7.

Siena Heights University, located in Adrian, Mich., is a Division II soccer program that plays in the WHAC Conference.

Robbins was a 4-year varsity player and team captain who received several post season awards for the 2019 season including: First Team All-Huron League; First Team All-District, ranked #5 player in the district; MHSAA First Team All-Region; All-State honorable mention; Huron Soccer 2019 most valuable player; Monroe News All-Region Team.

During the 2019 season, Robbins scored 16 Goals and 10 assists for a total of 42 points.

He played in every game, even after breaking his arm mid-season in a matchup against St. Mary
Catholic Central.

“I am really excited to play soccer at Siena Heights. I got to visit some great schools and meet some great coaches. But after visiting Siena Heights and meeting Coach Crawford, I knew Siena was the right place for me,” Robbins told The Huron Hub.

Looking back on some of his favorite memories playing soccer, he said: “Making the high school varsity team my freshman year and the relationship I formed with all of the older players. Also, making it to the CYO state championship two years in a row and playing those games under the lights with my teammates at St. Stephens.”

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