Bryan Robbat is beginning his fourth season with the Corsairs
and first as the wide receivers coach. He has experience on
both sides of the ball, previously coaching the running backs and
the defensive backfield during his tenure.
Last season, Robbat oversaw the development of the UMass Dartmouth running backs, a positional group that did not feature an upperclassman. The Corsairs ranked fifth in the MASCAC in rushing yards per game (183.6), while scoring a total of 12 TDs on the ground. Freshman Charles Ruffin was the lone back to eclipse the 100-yard milestone, accomplishing the feat against Bridgewater State with a season-high 101 rushing yards.
During the spring semester, Robbat participated in an internship
with the Division II Merrimack College football team. He was
responsible for video breakdown and data entry. Robbart also
worked extensively with the quarterback coach to help prepare
All-American signal-caller Joe Clancy for the NFL Combine.
Robbat recently completed his third summer as the athletic director at O-AT-KA, a summer camp located in Sebago, Maine. He was in charge of the sports programing and scheduling of athletic events against other summer camps in the area.
He is entering his senior year at UMass Dartmouth and is a history major.