Kadey Robinson begins her third season as the Scots' softball assistant in 2019-20.
Robinson was instrumental in the development of the program's first NFCA All-American, Katlyn Smith in 2018.
Kadey graduated top of her class from Elizabethton High School in 2010 where she established the school record for games won by a pitcher in a single season during her senior year. Robinson was a part of the 2012 National Championship softball squad fielded by Chattanooga State Community College. She helped the Tigers to a pair of conference and regional championships from 2010-2012. Kadey attained her Associates of Science degree in 2012 before transferring to East Tennessee State University. She focused on Sports Management and graduated with a Bachelor's degree from ETSU in 2014.
Robinson comes to Maryville with more than seven years of coaching and expertise in teaching and instructing pitching and developing hitters.
Coach Robinson will be assisting in the development of the pitching staff, game management, as well as future camps and clinics.