Robyn Fralick

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Michigan State University

Experience

2023 – Present: Head Coach, Michigan State University

2018 – 2023: Head Coach, Bowling Green State University

2015 – 2018: Head Coach, Ashland University

2008 – 2015: Associate Head Coach (11-15)/Assistant Coach, Ashland University

2007 – 2008: Assistant Coach, University of Toledo

2005 – 2007: Director of Basketball Operations, Western Michigan University

2004 – 2005: Assistant Coach, Appalachian State University

2000 – 2004: Player, Davidson College

Education

2007: Western Michigan University, Masters, Counselor Education

2004: Davidson College, Bachelors, Psychology

Personal

Hometown: Okemos, MI

Maiden Name: Flewelling

Family: Tim (Husband) & Clara, Will (Children)

Career Highlights

Career Division I Record
110-82 (.573)

Career Record
214-85 (.716)

National Coach of the Year (2)
2017-18, 2016-17

National Championships (1)
2016-17 Division II

30+ Win Seasons (4)
2022-23, 2017-18, 2016-17, 2015-16

20+ Win Seasons (6)
2023-24, 2022-23, 2020-21, 2017-18, 2016-17, 2015-16

Winning Seasons (7)
2023-24, 2022-23, 2021-22, 2020-21, 2017-18, 2016-17, 2015-16

Conference Coach of the Year (3)
2020-21 MAC & 2017-18, 2016-17, 2015-16 GLIAC

Conference Regular Season Championships (4)
2020-21 MAC & 2017-18, 2016-17, 2015-16 GLIAC

Conference Tournament Championships (3)
2017-18, 2016-17, 2015-16 GLIAC

NCAA Tournament Berths (4)
2023-24, 2017-18, 2016-17, 2015-16

Other Post-Season Berths (3)
2022-23, 2020-21 WNIT & 2021-22 WBI

2017-18 & 2016-17 WBCA Division II National Coach of the Year

Led Ashland to the 2016-17 Division II National Championship

In 2023-24, led Michigan State to the program’s most single-season (22) and Big Ten Conference wins (12) in eight seasons, a 4th place finish in the Big Ten (program had not finished higher than 7th in the six seasons prior to her arrival), and the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth in three seasons

Michigan State’s scoring offense finished ranked 6th nationally in 2023-24

From 2018 to 2023, led Bowling Green to an 88-73 (.547) overall record, three winning seasons, two 20+ win seasons, one MAC Regular Season Championship, and three post-season berths – rebuilt a program that had not won more than 11 games in each of the four seasons prior to her arrival (38-81 (.319) overall and 15-57 (.208) MAC record during span)

In 2022-23, led Bowling Green to the most single-season wins (t-31) in program history

The 2020-21 MAC Coach of the Year, guided Bowling Green to the program’s first winning season (21-8), most single-season wins (21), first winning MAC record (14-4), and most MAC wins (14) in seven seasons, as well as the nation’s largest single-season improvement (+11 wins)

Bowling Green’s scoring offense ranked 21st nationally in 2022-23

Signed a 2020 recruiting class to Bowling Green that ranked in the top-75 nationally

Bowling Green ranked 24th nationally in 2021-22 and 6th in 2019-20 in the WBCA Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll

As a Division I Head Coach, has recruited and coached 18 all-conference team selections, as well as one Defensive Player of the Year, one Freshman of the Year, and one Sixth Player of the Year

From 2015 to 2018, led Ashland to a 104-3 (.972) overall and 61-1 (.984) GLIAC record, including three 31+ win seasons

Led Ashland to three consecutive GLIAC Regular Season Championships, GLIAC Tournament Championships, and NCAA Tournament berths (two National Championship game appearances)

Guided Ashland to an NCAA Division II (men’s & women’s) record 73 consecutive wins

Ashland’s scoring offense finished nationally ranked 1st in 2017-18, 2nd in 2016-17, and 22nd in 2015-16

As Ashland’s Head Coach, recruited and coached 22 GLIAC All-Conference and seven All-American Team selections, as well as the two GLIAC Players of the Year and one GLIAC Freshman of the Year

From 2008 to 2015, helped lead Ashland to six winning seasons, four 21+ win seasons, two GLIAC Regular Season Championships, two GLIAC Tournament Championships, and three NCAA Tournament berths (2012-13 Division II National Championship)

As a student-athlete at Davidson, scored 676 career points and graduated third in program history in career assists

Head Coach Record