Doug Robertson, Jr. is in his first season on the Shaw University women’s basketball coaching staff.
Robertson joins the Lady Bears coaching staff after a one-year stint Claflin University as an assistant men’s basketball coach. Prior to Claflin, Robertson served 10 seasons as the head women’s basketball coach neighboring at SC State University, a NCAA Division I institution. While at SC State he reached the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Championship in his second season (2009-10) and had his best campaign during the 2012-13 season, winning 20 games while dropping only nine.
The Baltimore, Md native, Robertson is also familiar with the CIAA serving three seasons (2005-08) as head coach of the Bowie State University women’s basketball team prior to his stint with SC State. He compiled a 53-33 record. Robertson had his most productive campaign at Bowie during the 2007-08 season when he guided his team to a 22-5 record and the Eastern Division Championship of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), garnering Coach-of- the Year Honors.
Robertson earlier served as an assistant at Bowie State (1994-99), helping the team to a 126-19 mark, three straight CIAA titles and four trips to the NCAA Division II tournament.
Following his second tenure at Bowie State, he spent five seasons (2000-05) as an assistant at Delaware State during a stretch when the Lady Hornets reached the MEAC tournament final three times and captured the regular-season title once (2004). Robertson also served a stint as an assistant at St. John’s (1999-2000).
Robertson earned a bachelor’s from Bowie State in 1995. He is a member of the Women’s Basketball
Coaches Association (WBCA).