2012: Robison appeared in 12 games her senior year with four starts at the designated player position. Robison was out for a majority of her senior season due to injury. Robison's injury took her out for most of the season, but she was able to come back for the Razorbacks in the Regional final against No. 1 California where she had six at bats.
2011: Jessica Robison claimed the starting third base position in 20 games during the 2011 season. She ended her junior season with six hits and three RBI and career highs of 28 putouts and 36 assists. In the final Southeastern Conference game of the season against No. 6/5 Tennessee, Robison came to the plate with two outs and bases loaded when she took 12 pitches from Ivy Renfroe in order to get the base on balls and bring home the Razorbacks solo run of the game. She had one multi-hit game on the year against South Carolina (April 16). She went 2-for-4 with two base hits, helping the Razorbacks to a 2-1 win over the Gamecocks.
2010: Robison appeared in 27 games with 13 starts as a sophomore for Arkansas. All 13 of Robison's starts came at third base. Her solo home run with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning gave the Razorbacks a 2-1 edge over Iowa at the Metrodome Classic (Feb. 12). She went 1-for-3 with a double against Drake the following day. Robison had a pinch-hit single in Arkansas' 11-6 win over Mississippi State on March 27. She also added a single in a pinch-hit appearance against Memphis.
2009: Robison appeared in 18 games with three starts in her first season. Against Wisconsin-Green Bay, Robison knocked a three-run shot to center field to end the Razorbacks' 8-0 win during the Metrodome Classic. Her second home run of the season also came in dramatic fashion, a grand slam against Oklahoma State in the top of the fifth to complete Arkansas' rally to tie the score after trailing 6-0. Later in the season, Robison scored another run against Oklahoma State during the Border War.
HIGH SCHOOL: At Owasso High School, Robison set several school records including hits (165), doubles (47), home runs (16), RBI (115) and career batting average (.431). A four-year starter, she was an all-metro and all-conference selection three times. During her senior year, she also earned all-region and all-state honors.
PERSONAL: Born April 18, 1990, she is the daughter of Robert and Marlene Robison. Her father played baseball at the University of Oklahoma and her older sister, Brittany, is a former member of the Razorback softball team. Robison is majoring in kinesiology. She was named to the SEC’s Spring Honor Rolls from 2010-11. She earned a spot on the 2009 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.