“B” Association to Honor Baylor Legend Robbie Quiroga

The “B” Association and Baylor Athletics will recognize former wide receiver, Robbie Quiroga, as a Baylor Legend this Saturday at the Baylor vs. Kansas State game.

A two-sport standout from Oliver Wendall Holmes High School in San Antonio, Quiroga went on to earn varsity letters in both Football and Track & Field for Baylor from 2000-2003.   As a true freshman in Track, he was a member of the AAU track national champion mile relay team, and he earned All-American honors as a member of Baylor’s 4×400 meter relay team that finished second in the NCAA Outdoor Championships in 2003.  

As a wide receiver in football, he recorded 1,478 yards and 9 touchdowns in 131 receptions for the Bears, and in 2003, he garnered First Team All-Big 12 Conference recognition as a Kick-Returner from the Waco Tribune Herald. 

Following his senior season, Quiroga signed with the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League in 2004.  He spent the 2005 season with the Ottawa Renegades in the CFL, before going on to a eight-year profession career in the Arena Football League with the Los Angeles Avengers, Orlando Predators, and the San Antonio Talons. 

Currently, Quiroga is a Financial Advisor with Eagle Strategies in San Antonio.  

Please join us at McLane Stadium this Saturday as we honor 2020 Baylor Football Legend Robbie Quiroga!

 

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