Robin Selvig

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Robin Selvig
Sport(s) Women's college basketball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Montana
Conference Big Sky
Biographical details
Born (1952-08-21) August 21, 1952 (age 65)
Outlook, Montana
Playing career
1970–1974 Montana
Position(s) Guard
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1974–1975 Montana (men's JV)
1975–1978 Plentywood HS
1978–2016 Montana
Head coaching record
Overall 865–286 (.752)
Tournaments 6–22 (NCAA)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
  • 2× NWBL (1981, 1982)
  • MWAC regular season (1983, 1984, 1986–1988)
  • 4× MWAC Tournament (1983, 1984, 1986, 1988)
  • 18× Big Sky regular season (1989–1991, 1993–1998, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2007–2009, 2013, 2015)
  • 17× Big Sky Tournament (1988–1992, 1994–1998, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2015)
Awards
  • 5× MWAC Coach of the Year (1983, 1984, 1986–1988)
  • 15× Big Sky Coach of the Year (1989–1992, 1994–1997, 2004, 2005, 2007–2009, 2013, 2015)

Robin Selvig (born August 21, 1952)[1] is an American women's college basketball coach. Selvig completed his 38th and final season as head coach of the Lady Griz women's basketball team at the University of Montana, in 2015-16.[2][3] Selvig finished his career ranked eighth among all women's basketball coaches in victories with 865.[3]

Head coaching record[edit]

Source:[4]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Montana Lady Griz (Northwest Women's Basketball League) (1978–1982)
1978–79 Montana 13–13 5–6 2nd (Mountain)
1979–80 Montana 19–10 7–6 2nd (Mountain)
1980–81 Montana 22–8 9–3 1st (Mountain)
1981–82 Montana 22–5 12–0 1st (Mountain) AIAW First Round
Montana Lady Griz (Mountain West Athletic Conference) (1982–1988)
1982–83 Montana 26–4 13–1 1st NCAA First Round
1983–84 Montana 26–4 14–0 1st NCAA Second Round
1984–85 Montana 22–10 11–3 T–2nd
1985–86 Montana 27–4 13–1 1st NCAA Second Round
1986–87 Montana 26–5 12–0 1st
1987–88 Montana 28–2 15–1 1st NCAA Second Round
Montana Lady Griz (Big Sky Conference) (1988–2016)
1988–89 Montana 27–4 16–0 1st NCAA Second Round
1989–90 Montana 27–3 16–0 1st NCAA First Round
1990–91 Montana 26–4 16–0 1st NCAA First Round
1991–92 Montana 23–7 13–3 2nd NCAA Second Round
1992–93 Montana 23–5 13–1 2nd
1993–94 Montana 25–5 12–2 1st NCAA Second Round
1994–95 Montana 26–7 12–2 1st NCAA Second Round
1995–96 Montana 24–5 13–1 1st NCAA First Round
1996–97 Montana 25–4 16–0 1st NCAA First Round
1997–98 Montana 24–6 15–1 1st NCAA First Round
1998–99 Montana 12–16 7–9 5th
1999–00 Montana 22–8 13–3 1st NCAA First Round
2000–01 Montana 21–9 11–5 2nd
2001–02 Montana 19–10 10–4 3rd
2002–03 Montana 20–10 10–4 3rd
2003–04 Montana 27–5 14–0 1st NCAA First Round
2004–05 Montana 22–8 13–1 1st NCAA First Round
2005–06 Montana 21–7 10–4 2nd
2006–07 Montana 27–4 15–1 1st
2007–08 Montana 25–7 13–3 1st NCAA First Round
2008–09 Montana 28–5 15–1 1st NCAA First Round
2009–10 Montana 15–14 10–6 T–2nd
2010–11 Montana 18–15 10–6 4th NCAA First Round
2011–12 Montana 16–14 9–7 5th
2012–13 Montana 24–8 16–4 1st NCAA First Round
2013–14 Montana 23–11 14–6 3rd
2014–15 Montana 24–9 14–4 1st NCAA First Round
2015–16 Montana 20–11 12–6 5th
Total: 865–286

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Personal life[edit]

A native of Outlook, Montana, Selvig came from a family of eight children. Selvig graduated from the University of Montana in the spring of 1974 with a degree in health and physical education. His brother, Doug, and sister, Sandy, were both University of Montana basketball letterwinners. Doug Selvig’s daughter Carly and son Derrick both played basketball at the University of Montana. Robin Selvig and his wife, Janie, have two adult sons.

Selvig has also served as the director of the Montana Special Olympics and as a spokesman for Missoula Youth Homes and is the chairman of the 2011 Missoula Heart Walk.

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