Julie Morse

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Julie Morse was named assistant women's lacrosse coach at Campbell in July 2019.

“I am thrilled to be adding Julie to our staff,” Easley added. “Her successful experience both on the field and as a coach are reasons why she rose to the top. Her passion for her players and passions for teaching the game fit within the culture of what we are building at Campbell. Campbell has seen steady growth in the last few years and I am looking forward to continuing that growth in a positive direction with Julie on board.”

Morse comes to Campbell after spending three seasons as an assistant coach at Washington College.

Morse helped the Shorewomen to top-25 IWLCA poll rankings in each of the past two seasons, including No. 24 in the final poll of 2019, going 12-6 overall and 7-2 in Centennial Conference play. Five Shorewomen were named All-Centennial Conference in 2019, while two claimed all-region nods.

Prior to Washington, Morse starred at Loyola, helping the Greyhounds to three conference titles, reaching the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I Tournament two times and advancing to the second round twice during her career. Morse helped Loyola win the BIG EAST championship in 2012 and consecutive Patriot League championships in 2014 and 2015. As a senior, she helped the team rank No. 10 nationally in the final IWLCA Division I poll, and helped the squad to the 15th best scoring defense in the nation.

An Easton, Md. native, Morse graduated from Loyola in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology, and has also coached at the prep and club ranks, with stops at Saint Peter and Paul High School, Bay Area Lacrosse Club and Maximum Exposure Lacrosse Camp, also serving as a coach and leadership counselor at the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy.