By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
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
“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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