Trish Robinson enters her fifth season at Kilgore College and her first season as interim head coach of the Rangers. The last four seasons, she was an as assistant softball coach at KC, hired in July of 2016.
In her first season as KC's assistant coach and pitching coach, KC's pitchers broke several school records including 258 strikeouts and 33 wins. Last season KC had a pitcher named first team all-conference, second team all-region and second team all-conference.
Before KC, she was assistant softball coach for the Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals (Athens, Texas).
As the pitching coach at TVCC, the Cardinals had the second-lowest ERA (2.97) in the Region XIV East Zone.
Robinson, a native of Sugar Land (Texas) is a 2005 graduate of Dulles High School and a 2007 graduate of The University of Texas at Dallas where she earned a degree in psychology. She was also a two-year member for the UT-Dallas softball team.
After graduation from UT-Dallas, Robinson was a graduate assistant for the Comets (American Southwest Conference).
Prior to UT-Dallas, Robinson spent two years at Alvin Community College (Alvin, Texas) where she earned an associate’s degree and played softball for the Dolphins.
At ACC, she hit .361 with 21 RBI in 2007 and was named the team's Offensive Player of the Year.
Amber Williams was hired by KC in 2019 and enters her second season as assistant coach. She is a 2015 graduate of Kilgore High School. From 2015-17 she played softball at KC, earning All-Conference recognition. She graduated from KC in 2017 with an Associate of Science and transferred to the University of Texas at Dallas where she also played softball, earning 2nd Team Academic All-Conference, and batted .350 with 15 home runs and 65 RBI. She set the UTD school record for most RBI in a game (8) and tied the school record for home runs in a single season (11). She graduated in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Texas at Tyler.