Robyn Womac
MASP Site Coordinator
 
 

Mrs. Womac is a Texas native with an extensive sports background. She received a number of various athletic scholarship offers and went to play basketball at Texas A&M University. She later transferred on a full ride to San Angelo State University where she played for another two seasons winning a Lone Star State Conference Championship.

Womac returned to Texas A&M University where she landed the starting position as fullback on the Texas A&M Women's Rugby Team. As an Aggie Rugger she earned three conference championships and was selected to the Texas U23 All Star Women’s Rugby Team. Womac graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor degree in Sports Management with minors in Psychology, Business and Nutrition. As an avid baseball enthusiast Womac took an active role out of college to help form the Texas Collegiate Baseball League. She got her start working for the Brazos Valley Bombers as their Corporate Sales and Public Relations director. After two seasons with the Bombers, Robyn accepted the General Manager position with the Coppell Copperheads. While managing the Copperheads, Womac revamped the inner workings of the organization, established new community outreach programs, improved marketing relations, and rejuvenated game operations. The Copperheads won the 2009 TCL Championship during her term as General Manager. After a successful three years in the TCL, Womac moved on to North Carolina to work for the Fayetteville SwampDogs in the Coastal Plain Collegiate League. Womac accepted the role of Director of Community Relations and oversaw the SwampDogs extensive community involvement for Cumberland County, Fort Campbell and the surrounding areas. After three seasons with the SwampDogs Womac accepted a position as the General Manager for Freedom Sportsplex, the largest sports complex on the east coast. There she implemented various competitive and recreational adult and youth sports programs. Programs from futsol and wrestling to indoor tennis and semi pro basketball. While in North Carolina Womac also continued playing rugby as the fullback for the Fort Bragg women's team. In 2014 Womac's family was relocated to Fort Campbell where she secured a position in the athletics department with the local city parks and recreation. There she organized local sports leagues and city programs, setting record attendance in every event she orchestrated. She helped establish a local women's rugby team, the Clarksville Valkyries and aided in their merger with the mens and high school boys teams to form the Clarksville Rugby Club.

Womac's hobbies include hunting, fishing, disc golf, running, kayaking and spending time with her husband, Aaron and their three dogs.

 
 
 
 
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