North Carolina men's basketball assistant coach Steve Robinson was selected to the A STEP UP Assistant Coaches Hall of Fame Tuesday afternoon.
Robinson, who is currently in his 16th year as assistant coach for the men's basketball program, will be inducted in A STEP UP's inaugural class on Tuesday, May 7 at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel.
Roy Williams' top assistant was one of eight Division I coaches to receive the honor, along with Donny Daniels of Gonzaga, Chris Dailey of Connecticut, retired assistant Mickie DeMoss, Stan Jones of Florida State, Carol Owens of Notre Dame, Dwayne Stephens of Michigan State and Amy Tucker of Stanford.
In addition to serving on Williams' staff at UNC for 16 years, Robinson worked with Williams at Kansas from 1988-1995 and for the 2002-2003 season.
Robinson has also had two head coaching stints at Tulsa and Florida State. In two seasons at Tulsa, he compiled a 46-18 record and took the Golden Hurricanes to the NCAA Tournament in 1996 and 1997. He then took over as head coach at Florida State for five seasons and led the Seminoles to the 1998 NCAA Tournament.