Robyn began playing ultimate in 2007 at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Her college ultimate resume includes being named All-Region in 2008, 2009, 2010 with Eau Claire, and 2011 with Iowa, as well as a Callahan Award Runner-Up in 2011. She is a 2014 World Champion in the Mixed division and has competed in Women's Club Division (Midwest RevoLOUtion 2011, Madison Heist 2012-2014). Robyn tries her best to spread her love of the game through organizing skills clinics and helping to expand the number of teams competing in the series as a College Conference Coordinator.
As the only first-time qualifier in the Women’s division at Nationals, Florida State Seminole Ladies are ready to make some noise in Milwaukee this weekend.
With opportunities for growth on and off the field, Centex sets the right stage for growing college women’s teams. Robyn Wiseman shares why it’s important through her experiences playing for Wisconsin-Eau Claire SOL and coaching Wisconsin Bella Donna.
Growing up, Robyn always preferred passing to shooting when she played sports. But is there a difference in ultimate, especially when you’ve got a big arm and your team says “green light”?