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An alumnus player at PCC, Ron Robinson became only the second head coach in the school's baseball history in 1961. He proceeded to direct four Western State Conference champions, including three consecutive from 1965-67, and the school's last conference champion in 1972 (Metropolitan title). In '67, he coached future MLB 400-plus home run slugger and Court of Champions inductee Darrell Evans as the Lancers were crowned state champions with a 22-13 overall record. He posted more than 220 wins in his career. Robinson also was a distinguished assistant football coach who was part of the glory years of Lancers football in the late 1960s and 1970s.