TAMPA — Robinson's volleyball team has been on the rise, reaching the state semifinals in each of the past two years. The Knights no longer appeared to be just a solid team, but they appeared to be a perennial power, and then …The coach who played a huge part in building Robinson volleyball, Christen Garcia, stepped down.No worries.So far in 2016, Robinson volleyball is 4-0 and new coach Stephanie Turner, who started at Robinson the first week of August, appears to have hit the ground running."It's been great," said Turner, who coached the junior varsity at Plant before taking a year off in a move to North Carolina only to move back to Tampa. "These girls are very much in synch with each other because they have played together the past few years."Plus these girls are fantastic to work with. We have come together quickly."Case in point was Tuesday's match at Wharton where the Knights answered each push by the Wildcats with confident focus before pulling out a 25-22, 25-20, 25-22 victory."We did a lot of things well tonight, but I do think we need to fix some of those hitting errors," Turner said. "I also want them to work on keeping that focus."Ultimately, Turner said, the goal is to win a state championship, something she believes might be in the cards this season."We have six returning seniors and all these girls have been (to the state semifinals)," Turner said. "They know what it takes."On Tuesday, Robinson senior Emily Draper led the way with 24 digs.