JoJo Robertson
JoJo Robertson

Position:
Assistant Coach

Experience:
Third Season



JoJo Robertson is in her third year as assistant coach with the Purdue program. She joined the staff in March 2005.

In her first season on staff, Robertson helped guide the women's team to a 20th-place finish at the NCAA Championships.

In 2006, the Boilermakers won a school-record six tournaments, ascended to No. 3 in the national rankings and finished ninth at the NCAA Championships. In addition, they captured the 2006 Big Ten Championships and had three individuals earn All-America honors.

Robertson had a distinguished career from 1994 to 1999 at Oklahoma State University. While in Stillwater, she was named first team all-conference her senior season.

In 1995 and 1997, Robertson was the United States Women's Amateur Public Links Champion. In 1997, she was ranked No. 11 in Golf Week Magazine's Woman Amateur List and named one of Golf Digest's top 10 amateurs.

In 1997 and 1998, she participated in the United States Women's Open, making the cut in her second attempt.

In 1998, she was a member of the United States Curtis Cup team.

Robertson worked for the Spring River Golf Course as an assistant golf professional from 1999 to 2000.

In 2001, she played on the Ladies Challenge Professional Golf Tour.

From 2000 to 2002, she played on the Futures Professional Golf Tour and was an assistant golf professional at the New Mexico Military Institute Golf Course until 2004.

Robertson coached the West Lafayette High School girls golf team in the fall of 2004 and worked at Purdue's Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex as assistant professional until being hired as assistant coach with the Boilermakers.

Robertson's duties include recruiting and instruction for both programs, while aiding in organizing team practices, scheduling and team travel.

Coaching Experience
• Assistant Coach, Purdue University 2005 to present
• Head Coach, West Lafayette High School 2004 to 2005

Playing Experience
• Oklahoma State University, 1994 to 1999
• Futures Professional Golf Tour, 2000 to 2002
• Ladies Challenge Professional Golf Tour, 2001