Mark Raymond M' 95, the former defensive coordinator at Ithaca College, was named the 22nd head coach of the St. Lawrence University football program in the spring of 2010. He enters the 2013 season with a career mark of 8-22.
Coach Raymond's Recruiting Territories
New York: Section 1, Section 2, Section 7, Section 10
Other States: Arizona, Texas, Utah, Virginia
In his first season with the Scarlet and Brown, Raymond guided St. Lawrence to the program's first Liberty League Championship thanks to a 5-1 record in conference. With a win over WPI in the 2010 season finale, the Saints punched their ticket to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1982. Raymond and his staff were named the Liberty League's Coaching Staff of the Year for their efforts.
Raymond, who earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Buffalo in 1993, worked for three years at St. Lawrence as a graduate assistant coach with the football team. In his prior tenure in Canton, NY, Raymond coached linebackers, defensive ends and wide receivers while building a solid recruiting foundation throughout the northeast as Recruiting Coordinator for St. Lawrence.