The Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns have added Utah State guard Tamiah Robinson to the roster for the upcoming women’s basketball season. Robinson will have two seasons of eligibility remaining to play for the Ragin’ Cajuns.
“We are extremely excited on the addition of Tamiah (Robinson),” Ragin’ Cajuns coach Garry Brodhead said. “Her ability to run the point, score, and play great defense not only fits our system, but greatly enhances it as well.
“Tamiah’s abilities are hard to find in players today,” Brodhead added. “And we anticipate her having an immediate impact on our team.”
Robinson is coming off a season in which she led the Aggies with 84 assists (2.8 per game), was the second-leading scorer with 277 points (9.2 per game), picked up 129 total rebounds (4.3 per game), swiped 43 steals and had nearly 30 percent of her field goal makes from three-point range.
Prior to Utah State, Robinson spend two seasons at Labette Community College earning NJCAA Division II second-team All-America honors in the 2021-2022 season. That season she led the Cardinals in points per game (12.6), assists per game (5.1) and steals per game (1.4).
Robinson is the third addition to Brodhead’s squad for the 2023-24 season.
Robinson joins high school signees Jasmine Matthews (East St. John High School) and Uniyah Franklin (Everglades High School) who were added in November during the early National Signing Period.