FORTH HUNT BOY's LACROSSE is excited to welcome COACH Jeremiah Morrow
(See below for Coach Jeremiah's bio.)
Coach Jerimiah will be holding clinics periodically. Next clinic is TBD. ALL Ages welcome.
Please email Coach Jeremiah (
) if you plan to attend, include your age and number of years you've played goalie.
Jeremiah Morrow grew up playing lacrosse in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Although he played every position at one time or another, he settled into the goalie position at Meade High School. He earned All-County honors, team MVP, and an All-Tournament Goalie award. He red-shirted for a year at Limestone College before transferring to Division III Roanoke College. While at Roanoke, he coached goalies of all ages at Bill Pilat’s The Goalie School, and worked with defensemen and goalies at Roanoke College’s all-position camps.
In addition to playing lacrosse at Roanoke, Jeremiah was a Resident Advisor, a member of Phi Alpha Theta, the History honors society, Alpha Phi Omega, a service fraternity, and a Founding Father, historian, and philanthropy chair of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. As an undergraduate, he raised over $17,000 individually and rode a bicycle across the country twice on behalf of people with disabilities through his fraternity’s philanthropy, Push America. He graduated in 2008 with a double-major in History and English with a Creative Writing Concentration, and earned a Master of Professional Studies in Sports Industry Management from Georgetown University in 2011.
Jeremiah lives in Bell Haven, VA, works as a Business Development Associate at CEB in Rosslyn, and is developing a social network for high school athletes who want to connect to college coaches.