Craig M. Robinson
Mr. Robinson is the fourth all-time leading scorer in Princeton basketball history with 1,441 points and was a two-time Ivy League Player of the Year. He was a four-year letter-winner for the Tigers from 1979-83 and captain of the 1982-83 team.
After graduating from Princeton with a degree in sociology, he was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in the fourth round of the 1983 NBA draft. He played two seasons with the Manchester (England) Giants of the European Basketball League. He also served as the assistant to the general manager and public relations officer for Manchester.
He began his coaching career as an assistant coach at the Illinois Institute of Technology from 1988-90. He was responsible for offense implementation, game strategy, recruiting, and advance scouting.
In 1990 he took a hiatus from coaching to work in the private business sector. From 1990-92 he was a vice president and trust officer for Continental Bank and then served as a vice president for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter from 1992-1998. In 1998 he began working with Loop Capital Markets as managing director.
Mr. Robinson earned his A.B. in sociology from Princeton University and M.B.A. in finance from University of Chicago. He has a wife, Kelly and two children, Avery and Leslie.