Greg Raymond

Greg Raymond enters his 11th season as the head coach of the Hobart lacrosse team. During his tenure, he has led the Statesmen to seven conference tournament appearances, an NEC regular season championship, an NEC Tournament championship and an NCAA tournament appearance.

Raymond is 68-64 at Hobart. He has more career wins than any other Statesmen head coach in the program’s Division I era. On the school’s overall wins list, Raymond only trails four Hobart legends, B.J. O’Hara ’76 (97 wins), Dave Urick (129), Jerry Schmidt (143) and Babe Kraus (208).  Under Raymond’s watchful eye, Hobart has finished at or above .500 in seven of the past nine seasons.

Raymond previously served as an assistant coach at Princeton & Drexel.

Before coaching, Raymond graduated from Johns Hopkins University where he was a long-stick midfielder for the Blue Jays, serving as a team captain in 2003, 2004, and 2005. As a senior, Raymond helped lead the Blue Jays to a 16-0 record as they won a national title. Following graduation, Raymond played three seasons for the MLL’s New Jersey Pride.