Oct. 3, 2000
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Spaces are available for Steve Robinson‘s
third annual coaching clinic at Florida State University on Oct. 20 and 21.
The two-day session, which will take place at the Seminoles’ practice
facility, consists of lectures by the FSU coaching staff, demonstrations at
two team practices and coaching sessions on both days.
Robinson is in his fourth season as the head coach at Florida
State. He guided his 1998 Seminole team to the NCAA Tournament and needs
only 11 wins to reach 100 for his career. In 1997, he was named Coach of
the Year in the Mountain Division of the Western Athletic Conference while
at the University of Tulsa.
The action-packed two-day clinic will include: individual
instruction, practice preparation aids, question and answer sessions, game
preparation tips, scouting advice, lectures on both offense and defense and
a workshop on academics and compliance.
Robinson will be joined at the clinic by the Florida State
assistant coaching staff, generally considered to be one of the top young
staffs in the nation. Robinson will be assisted by Coleman Crawford, Rob
Wilkes, Stephen Giles, and Red Johnston. Crawford is in his fourth season
at Florida State and was head coach at Akron for six seasons while Wilkes
and Giles are in their first years on the Seminole staff. Johnston, also in
his first season, is the director of basketball operations.
Applications can be obtained by calling Red Johnston at (850)
644-1408. The clinic begins at 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 20 and concludes Saturday
afternoon prior to the No. 1-ranked Seminoles’ football game against
Virginia. Tickets can be obtained by camp participants to the football