Senior outfielder named Patriot League Player of the Week
2014: Second Team All-Patriot League starting pitcher … named to the College Sports Madness All-Patriot League Team … selected to the Patriot League All-Tournament Team … Preseason All-Patriot League choice … pitched in 13 games as a junior with 12 starts … posted a 6-3 record with one save and compiled a 2.02 earned run average in 89.0 innings of work … 2.02 ERA ranked second in the Patriot League among qualifying pitchers … opponents were held to a .221 batting average, which ranked third in the conference … struck out a Patriot League high 85, allowed 70 hits and walked 26 … surrendered one run and fanned five in 4.0 innings at William & Mary to collect the save in Army’s 4-2 victory over the Tribe (2/16) … tossed 5.1 frames and gave up two runs, one earned while striking out four in a no-decision against Massachusetts (2/22) … struck out 11 in 8.0 innings, gave up one hit and two runs, one earned, in the 2-1 loss to Wagner (3/8) … threw a complete game and allowed two runs in a 3-2 victory over Harvard (3/21) … earned the win in a 7.0 inning outing with 10 strikeouts and two runs allowed on seven hits opposite Lafayette (4/5) … allowed eight hits in a complete-game shutout victory at Holy Cross (4/19) … surrendered one run on six hits in 5.2 innings on the mound at Navy in Army’s 2-1 win … took the loss despite holding Cincinnati to one run over six innings (5/3) … went the distance and gave up six hits in Army’s 3-2 victory over Lehigh in the Patriot League Tournament semifinals (5/10).
2013: Second Team All-Patriot League selection ... led Army with 15 starts and ranked second on the club with seven wins, 62 strikeouts, three complete games and 86.2 innings pitched ... allowed 83 hits and opponents batted .250 against him ... his earned run average (3.43) ranked fourth on the team and second among Army’s starters ... was especially good during the Patriot League regular season, forging a 3-2 record to go along with a team-best 2.32 earned run average and 24 strikeouts in 31.0 innings of work ... conference foes batted a mere .230 against him during the regular season ... earned first win of the year against Yale (March 9), striking out six batters over six solid innings ... won his next start as well, scattering seven hits and not issuing an earned run against Miami (Ohio) (March 14) ... made it three wins in a row with a victory against NYIT (March 24) in his home debut ... matched his career high with 11 strikeouts versus the Bears ... tossed his first career complete game at Lehigh (April 7), striking out five Mountain Hawks and allowing just one unearned run on five hits in seven innings ... also picked up road wins against Patriot League opponents Lafayette (April 14) and Bucknell (April 21) ... struck out seven batters in each game ... wrapped up the regular season with a dominating performance against Chestnut Hill (May 5) to collect his seventh win of the year ... struck out four batters over seven solid innings ... pitched twice in the Patriot League Tournament ... allowed nine hits and three runs in 6.2 frames in Army’s win over Navy (May 11) in Game 2 of the semifinal series ... fanned seven batters at Holy Cross (May 19) to help the Black Knights complete a two-game sweep of the Crusaders in the PLCS ... did not factor into the decision in either tournament contest.
2012: Appeared in 12 games with nine starts ... finished with a 2.73 earned run average and 3-1 mark ... allowed 16 earned runs in 52.2 innings of work ... authored four scoreless appearances ... listed as the starting pitcher against High Point, George Washington, UMBC, Nebraska-Omaha, Navy, Lehigh, Lafayette, Bucknell and Holy Cross ... allowed a run and struck out one in an inning of playoff work against Holy Cross ... picked up first victory against Nebraska-Omaha ... struck out career-high 11 and did not allow an earned run versus the Mavericks ... registered first Patriot League victory against Lehigh ... struck out six in seven innings opposite the Mountain Hawks ... collected victory in next start against Lafayette with seven scoreless innings ... tough-luck losing pitcher against George Washington, despite allowing just a single run in five innings ... recorded scoreless outings against High Point, Quinnipiac, Columbia and Lafayette ... pitched one inning of relief versus Holy Cross in the Patriot League Championship Series ... allowed two runs (one earned) on one hit in lone postseason appearance.
High School: Played for head coach Dave McKae at Mountain View High ... earned conference pitcher of the year honors as a senior ... named first team all-state as a pitcher and second team all-state as a third baseman following standout senior campaign ... earned first team all-conference laurels as a pitcher and outfielder as a junior ... collected second team all-state plaudits as a pitcher that season as well ... missed his entire sophomore year following Tommy John surgery ... broke onto the scene as a freshman, earning the conference’s pitcher of the year award ... named second-team all-state as a pitcher that season as well.
Personal: Given name is Alexander Michael Robinett ... born Nov. 25, 1992, in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia ... parents’ names are Michael and Lynne Robinett ... has one sister, Hayley ... lived in Saudi Arabia until he was 14 years old ... holds dual citizenship (American and English) ... played in the Little League World Series in 2004 and 2005 as a member of the Trans Atlantic Team ... hobbies include golfing and working out ... enjoys reading in his spare time ... has traveled all over the world ... has visited Thailand, South Africa, Dubai, Hong Kong, the Caribbean and several European countries ... majoring in Management.