Hobart College Head Lacrosse Coach Greg Raymond recently appeared on an episode of the Time and Room podcast. Time and Room is a podcast all about lacrosse and connects listeners with some of the biggest names in the game.
On episode 27 of the podcast, Raymond discusses his journey from his time as a player at Johns Hopkins to coaching the Statesmen, the challenges of coaching during a pandemic and more. CLICK HERE to listen to the episode.
Raymond, who is entering his eighth season as head coach, has compiled a 50-47 record 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 trails only four Hobart coaches. Raymond has mentored 23 All-NEC selections, including Frank Brown ’17 who was named the 2017 NEC Player of the Year and 2017 NEC Offensive Player of the Year.
In his playing days, Raymond was a long-stick midfielder for the Blue Jays, serving as a team captain in 2003, 2004 and 2005. As a senior, he helped Johns Hopkins win a national championship. Following his playing days, Raymond spent time on the Princeton and Drexel coaching staffs.