Taelar Robinson

Former Camel standout Taelar Robinson is in her fourth season as an assistant coach at Campbell.

Robinson is in her second stint as a member of the staff at CU, coaching in 2015 before returning to Buies Creek for the 2017 season. She serves as CU's offensive coordinator, also spearheading recruiting efforts.

Campbell set single-season school records for goals (245) and draw controls (283) on the way to a nine win season and an appearance in the Big South semifinals in 2018.

Six Camels were honored in the Big South's postseason awards for the second-straight season, with three first team performers (Melissa Placek, Sam Carey and Megan Reilly), one second team honoree (Kayla Reilly), plus an honorable mention (Amanda Chasin). Mackenzie Koeller was also named the league's scholar-athlete of the year for the second straight season.

In 2017, Robinson helped lead the Camels to the most successful season in program history. CU recorded its highest all-time winning percentage (.556) and won 10 games for the second-straight season.

Campbell posted a program-best 6-1 record in the Big South to finish second in the league, the best finish in program history. Along the way, the Camels reeled off a program-record five-straight victories to open conference play.

After earning its first bye past the Big South Championship quarterfinals, Campbell won its first tournament semifinal contest, an 11-9 triumph over Winthrop. The season ended in the program's first Big South Championship game against league champions High Point.

Robinson helped mentor a program-record six All-Big South selections including first team honorees Merredith Bechler, Melissa Placek and Kayla Reilly.

Robinson came back to Campbell after serving as a volunteer assistant coach at Duke for the 2016 season. She helped lead the Blue Devils to an 11-9 overall record and a second round appearance in the NCAA Tournament.

Duke exited the NCAA and ACC Championships with narrow losses to eventual national champions North Carolina. The Blue Devils were nationally ranked for the entire 2016 campaign and were 11th in the final IWLCA national rankings.

Robinson began her coaching career as an assistant for the Camels in 2015 after playing in the program's first two campaigns. She was on the sidelines for Campbell's third season in which it finished with a 5-13 ledger, but set program best marks for every major stat category.