Tristan Robinson StillTristan Robinson (San Antonio, Texas/Saint Mary’s Hall) has committed to play lacrosse at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina.

Furman, which will play its inaugural season in 2014, is coached by former Naval Academy front-man and current U.S. Men’s National Senior Team head coach Richie Meade. The team will compete as an affiliate in the Atlantic Sun Conference, which will add men’s lacrosse as an NCAA Division I championship sport in the Spring of 2014.

The other members of the conference that will be competing in lacrosse are Jacksonville, Mercer, High Point (affiliate), Richmond (affiliate) and VMI (affiliate). Like Furman, Richmond will also play its inaugural season next year.

A long and athletic midfielder, Robinson should be a solid contributor at Furman. The Texas product has good speed and the ability to run by defenders utilizing his long stride. Once down the alley, he displays a good shot on the run, generating power without slowing down his feet, making life difficult on the defending player.

Below is our Q&A with Tristan, who discusses his experience using

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Where will you be playing your college lacrosse?
I have committed to Furman University.

How was your experience?
The SportsRecruits experience was great. The ability to contact and connect with the college coaches was huge help and time saver. The program is very easy to follow and allows the coaches immediate access to pertinent information.

Was the staff helpful to you throughout the process?
The staff was very helpful throughout the process. The team was able to give guidance and direction to get the most out of the experience.

How did you use to increase your exposure to college coaches?
The site helped me get my information out quickly.

How do you think gave you an advantage over your peers who tried to do it on their own?
It is great tool for players and coaches to access all your information in one place.

Would you recommend to a friend that wants to play college lacrosse?
I already have!

You are from an area that is not considered a “hotbed” for lacrosse. Do you think significantly increased the exposure you received?
Yes – coming from San Antonio, Texas you need all the help you can get!