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Robyn Fralick

Head Coach, Women’s Basketball, Michigan State University

Robyn Fralick is the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Michigan State University (MSU). She is the first MSU women’s basketball coach to make the NCAA Tournament in her first season and the sixth coach in Spartan women’s basketball history. In nine seasons as a head coach, Fralick holds an overall record of 214-85.

In her first season, Fralick’s squad exceeded expectations with a 22-9 record and a 12-6 mark in Big Ten action. Four Spartans captured All-Big honors.

She came to MSU after directing the Bowling Green State University (BGSU) Women’s Basketball program, guiding the Falcons to an 88-73 record (including 69-31 over the last three seasons) and three postseason appearances. Last season, Fralick led BGSU to a 31-7 record, matching the school and Mid-American Conference records for most wins in a single season.

A native of Okemos, Michigan, the former Robyn Flewelling had a storied career at Okemos High School. As a senior, she garnered second-team all-state honors and was named to the All-Michigan Fifth Team. In addition to her basketball honors, she was named all-league in soccer and honorable mention all-league in softball. She was named to the Okemos High School Hall of Fame in 2017.