Class of 1971
Dennis Robinson, a resident of Putnam Valley, N.Y., captained the 1970 Conference Championship and 1971 baseball teams, earning All-Conference and All-America honors. At the time of his graduation, he held the Bethany record for most career victories (20) as a pitcher for the Bison, in which he currently ranks third. To this day Robinson still holds two school pitching records, registering the best career ERA (1.10) and career winning percentage (.741) in Bison baseball history. After pitching two no-hit games for the Green and White during his career, Robinson received a contract offer from the Braves in 1970.
While at Bethany, Robinson was also a member of the 1968 Conference Champion basketball team.
Robinson was also actively involved on campus, serving as a member of Alpha Sigma Phi and the Newman Club.
Upon his graduation from Bethany in 1971 with a B.A. in physical eduation and health, Robinson went on become the Athletic Director for Lakeland High School where he teaches physical education and coaches baseball. A five-time Coach of the Year, Robinson has helped build one of the best baseball programs in the country.
Robinson and his wife, Dottie, have three children, Dennis, Christine, and Daniel.