Camp Director / Lipscomb University Head Men's Soccer Coach
A veteran collegiate coach, Charles Morrow just concluded his ninth season at the helm of the Lipscomb men's soccer program. Two of the past five seasons, his Lipscomb squads have earned 10 or more victories, and have been in the Atlantic Sun Men's Soccer tournament every season since 2007.
Morrow arrived on Lipscomb’s campus first in 1994 as a transfer after starting his collegiate career at DII power Queens College. From 1994-96, Morrow would be part of the Bison squad, serving as a captain during his tenure as a player.
After his playing career ended, Morrow stayed on as an assistant from
1996-97, graduating in 1997 with a degree in physical education and health.
Morrow was the head coach at Goodpasture High School from 1997-2000. He returned to the college ranks in 2001 as an assistant coach at Vanderbilt, where he remained until 2003.
In April 2003, he left Vanderbilt to take his first collegiate head coaching job at Division II Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, N.C. In two seasons, he led the Crusaders to runner-up finishes in both the regular season and the conference tournament.
He returned to his alma mater in 2005 and has continually raised the bar for excellence on the soccer field ever since. Notable Bison alumni such as Ben Page, Miguel DaSilva, and Garret Pettis have gone on to play professionally after collegiate careers spent at Lipscomb learning under the tutelage of Morrow and his staff.
Morrow completed his Master of Sports Science degree at the United States Sports Academy in Daphne, Ala. He is married to the former Beth Earnest of Nashville. The couple has two sons, Trip and Will.