Adam Robinson, a B-CC junior and a transfer from St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, started the season on the bench. However, after Barons started with a slow 3-3 record, Coach Tracy and his staff decided to change the lineup during the winter break tournaments. They inserted Robinson into the starting lineup, and that decision has certainly paid off. Robinson, a different type of guard from John Moody, considers himself the “glue guy” because he brings stability and strength to the guard position, which the team noticeably needed in their first few games. Since his insertion into the lineup, B-CC has gone 4-1 in their last five games, winning against Whitman, Wooton, Walter Johnson, and Einstein. The team will likely lean on Robinson throughout the rest of the season.