The Boilermakers hosted the tournament for the 11th season.
The Purdue women's golf team is competing in its 13th-consecutive NCAA Championships.
Robertson's duties include recruiting and instruction, while aiding in organizing team practices, scheduling and team travel. He also assists in budgeting and fund-raising for both programs.
In 2005, Robertson was honored with the Jan Strickland Assistant Coach of the Year Award. The prestigious award was presented by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
Robertson played collegiate golf at Oklahoma State University, where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in sports science in 1997.
After redshirting his freshman season, he played three seasons at Oklahoma State. During his four years in Stillwater, the Cowboys captured four conference crowns and won the 1995 NCAA Championship.
A native of Roswell, N.M., Robertson earned his degree from OSU, and then transferred to New Mexico, where he competed as a senior and began work on a master's degree in sports administration.
From 1998 to 2000, Robertson competed professionally. In 2000, he played on the Canadian Tour and participated in the PGA's Nissan Open in Los Angeles, Calif.
In 2001, Robertson competed in several state tournaments before returning to Stillwater to serve as volunteer assistant for the Cowboys.
Robertson and his wife, Ashlee, reside in West Lafayette with their sons Michael and Tyler.
Volunteer Assistant, Oklahoma State University 2001 to 2002
Associate Head Coach, Purdue University 2002 to present
Oklahoma State University, 1993 to 1997
University of New Mexico, 1997 to 1998
Canadian Tour, 2000