“That was a huge motivator for me,” Robinson said. “I was like, I’m going to be good enough to go to his school. I made sure to work really hard on those things he told me to work on, so I could prove I was great enough to be a Badger. “I love challenges. It’s boring if there’s no challenge. If everything’s easy you don’t grow from that.” Thus inspired, it didn’t take long for Robinson to earn that scholarship offer and quickly become one of the top players in the country. She was ranked No. 14 in PrepVolleyball.com ’s Senior Aces and was a standout with the USA Volleyball Girls Youth National team that won gold medals in the 2018 NORCECA Championship in Honduras and 2019 World Under 18 Championships in Egypt. She was named Best Blocker at the Egypt event. Shy by nature, Robinson said it took awhile to relax and be herself around her new UW teammates. “At first I felt like I was more quiet and timid, afraid to make mistakes,” she said. “But now I have way more confidence. I used to beat myself up really bad over mistakes and it would affect my next few points. Now I feel like I’ve got a lot more confidence and I’ve got the trust of my teammates that they’re there for me if I make a mistake. They’re hyping me up and I’m talking and I’m loud and expressing my opinions.” “I think the biggest thing is how goofy and bubbly she is,” Hilley said. “When you first meet her she’s kind of quiet but then as you crack that little layer she’s someone you always want to be around because she has that laugh and that smile.” That bond only grew stronger in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May. “I saw that as an opportunity to use my platform to speak out about that issue and to make it known where I stand,” she said. “And if you don’t like what I’m saying, you don’t have to be around me and you don’t have to be my friend. I lost a few friends in that but I’ve gained way more respect for my teammates who stood by me in rallies and protests and sending me encouraging messages. “We had a few conversations about it over the summer. It just made me feel way safer.


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