|Alma Mater:||Western Kentucky, 2011|
Logan Robbins completed his third season overall, and first as the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator, in 2018. Robbins was promoted to assistant doach and recruiting coordinator in June of 2017. Robbins previously served as a volunteer assistant coach and camp director for two seasons.
This past season, Robbins helped ODU hit .279 as a team. Four players hit .300 or better, including pitcher-turned-hitter Craig Lopez, who led the team in average at .339, and breakout star Erik Stock, who hit .320 with three homers and 20 RBIs and was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team.
In 2017, Robbins helped guide the Monarchs to a 37-21 record, the most single-season wins for the program since 2006. ODU also compiled a 19-11 record during Conference USA play and finished second in the league during the regular season, its best finish ever in the league.
Prior to ODU, Robbins spent the 2015 season at Kentucky Wesleyan College in his hometown of Owensboro, Kentucky. He helped lead the Panthers to a 32-18 record and 15-9 mark in league play. The Panthers led the league in multiple offensive categories, including batting average, slugging percentage and on-base percentage. The squad posted a .965 fielding percentage, which led the conference and ranked top 50 nationally.
Prior to his coaching days, Robbins was a two-year starter for the Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers before being drafted in the 10th round by the Atlanta Braves in 2011. Additionally, Robbins played for the Monarchs' current head coach Chris Finwood at WKU.
Robbins graduated from WKU with a degree in Bachelor of Science and Education.