Nicole Rae Robbins
Nicole Rae Robbins



Class of 2002
Softball

Nicki Robbins, a 2002 graduate, is among the most recent cadet-athletes to earn Hall of Fame recognition and her expoits on the softball field are the reasons why.

She was a three-time Patriot League Player of the Year, four-time Patriot League first team all-star, four-time first team Mid-Atlantic Region all-star, 2002 Most Valuable Player of the Patriot League Tournament and a two-time ECAC first team all-star.

Robbins led the country in doubles per game in 2001 (0.47), listed sixth in batting, 21st in slugging percentage and ranked as the 15th toughest player to strikeout in 2001. She was also ranked nationally in batting and doubles per game her senior season.

She closed out her Army career first in home runs, total bases, hits, walks, batting average, RBI, doubles, games played and at-bats while ranking second in runs and triples.

Robbins served as team captain during her senior campaign and led the Black Knights to a second NCAA regional. She was also a member of two Patriot League championship teams (2000 and 2002) and both NCAA regional qualifying teams.

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