Erin Robson enters her eighth season as the head squash coach at Mount Holyoke College in 2020-21. Robson is also a Lecturer in the Mount Holyoke College Deparment of Physical Education and Athletics and is one of three advisors for the First Generation and Ethnic Minority Student-Athlete Group.
At Mount Holyoke College
- Student-athletes have qualified for the CSA Individual National Championship 13 times under Robson's leadership.
- Has earned four of the Lyons' 11 Seven Sisters Championship Titles
- Helped Mount Holyoke to earn the CSA Most Improved Team Award for 2018-19
- Coached Mihiliya Methsarani '22 to consecutive CSA Individual National Championship appearances (2019, 2020). Methsarani also competed for her home country of Sri Lanka in the South Asian Games during the 2019-20 season.
- Currently involved with the CSA coaches group on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Before Mount Holyoke College
- Head Coach of Williams College from 1994-1997 (was also head tennis coach)
- Team was nationally-ranked in Top 10 for all three seasons under Robson's leadership
- Held position of Ranking Chair for the USWISRA
- Has served as an assistant coach and a head coach at Smith College
- Started career at Vassar College as the assistant for the men's and women's programs, while also holding the position of sports information director.
- Two National All-American players
- A former tennis and squash standout at Amherst College, Robson earned her Bachelor of Arts from the school in 1990. She went on to earn her Masters in exercise and sports studies from Smith in 1994.
|2012-13||11-9||21st||Claimed Seven Sisters Title (7th in program history)
Won Consolation Final of Walker Cup at CSA National Championships
|2013-14||10-12||22nd||Runner-up at Seven Sisters Championship
Runner-up in Consolation Final of Walker Cup at CSA National Championships
|2014-15||7-17||28th||Runner-up at Seven Sisters Championship|
|2015-16||8-16||29th||Runner-up at Seven Sisters Championship|
|Won Seven Sisters Championship (8th in program history)
Third Place in Epps Cup at CSA National Championships
|Won Seven Sisters Championship (9th in program history)
Fourth Place in Epps Cup at CSA National Championships
|Won Seven Sisters Championship (10th in program history)
Advanced to Walker Cup Final at CSA National Championships
Earned CSA Most Improved Team Award
|32nd||Methsarani '20 won Consolation Finals at CSA Individual National Championships|