Berlin High School Athletic Hall of Fame

Robyn Trevethan Cop

Robyn Trevethan Cop graduated from Berlin High School in 1988. She was an outstanding athlete in soccer, basketball, and softball. Some of her many athletic achievements are among the following. In softball she was a 1988 all state selection. She was a member of three straight state championships in class M. She was captain of the 1988 team with a school record 32 game hitting streak. She was also a three time all conference selection in the NWC participating in the Connecticut high school coaches association all star game in 1988.

In soccer Robyn was an all state selection in 1987. She led the team in scoring for four years holding the school record for a career in goals scored. She was the first all state girls soccer player in school history and captained the 1988 team. She was also selected All Conference four years in a row.

Robyn also excelled in basketball. She was a two time honorable mention all state selection, was a member of the team that played in the class M finals for the first time in school history, scoring 24 points and grabbing 16 rebounds. She averaged 17.5 points per game in her senior year. She was also the first female to reach 900 points in a career. Robyn was a two time all conference selection in this sport.

Trevethan during her high school career received the 1984 outstanding achievement award in soccer, the coach’s award at the Fall sports banquet in 1985 for soccer, and the Redcoat award in basketball at the 1986 winter sports banquet.

Robyn graduated cum laude from Quinnipiac College with a bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy in 1992. During her time at Quinnipiac she played softball and was on the academic all conference team.

Robyn is married to Richard Cop Jr. They have three children Ryan, Tyler, and Rylee. Robyn is an occupational therapist at the Hospital For Special Care. They reside in East Berlin, Conn.

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