The 2019 spring season will be the first for Jenn Robillard as assistant softball coach at Bentley University.
Robillard played Division 1 softball at Sacred Heart University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in mathematics as well as her Master’s in education. She was a lefty slapper and started in left field for the Pioneers during her last three years in the program. As a sophomore, she led her team in stolen bases.
While in her graduate year at Sacred Heart, Robillard served as the assistant varsity softball coach at Masuk High school in Monroe, Conn., working specifically with the outfield and slap hitters. The team ended their season as the 2016 CIAC Class L State Finalists.
After graduation, Robillard returned to her home in Massachusetts as a math teacher at Canton High School. Robillard served as the head varsity softball coach for the 2017 and 2018 season. She helped the team reach the Division 2 state tournament and was named the 2018 HockomockSports.com Softball Coach of the Year.
Robillard also has experience coaching travel softball teams for the King Philip Pride Softball Program. She began her coaching career with the program immediately following her high school graduation, coaching a variety of their teams, ranging from 14U to 18U levels.
In high school, Robillard was a member of the varsity softball and volleyball teams at King Philip Regional High School for all four years, and a captain of both teams as a senior. The Warriors softball team earned the Hockomock League title all four years of her career, as well as two Division 1 State Championship titles in 2010 and 2011. Her senior year, Robillard was named a Hockomock League All Star Shortstop, Sun Chronicle League All Star, and 2011 ESPN All State Team.