Bradley Morrison | Head Coach
Alma Mater: Gardner-Webb, 2009, 2011
Bradley Morrison was announced as Brevard College Men's Head Soccer Coach in November 2013. He served as the assistant coach during the 2013 campaign. This will mark his second season with the Tornados.
Prior to Brevard, Morrison spent a year working as an ODP Assistant Coach with the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association.
While with the NCYSA, where he worked with the “00 Boys West Division teams, Morrison taught science at Burns Middle School in Lawndale, N.C.
Morrison has also held the position of Director of Coaching with the Greater Cleveland County Soccer Association since January 2012. With the GCCSA, Morrison created and implemented a “Soccer in Schools” program and worked closely with the Board of Directors on budgeting, scheduling and fundraising.
Prior to his work with the GCCSA, Morrison served as the Men’s Soccer Graduate Assistant at his alma mater, Gardner-Webb University, for three seasons. There he assisted with training and match preparation, recruiting, and post-match video editing.
Morrison enjoyed a four-year career on the men’s soccer team at Gardner-Webb, helping the Runnin’ Bulldogs to an Atlantic Sun Conference Championship in 2006. He was named to the Big South All-Conference and All-Tournament teams in 2008 after Gardner-Webb joined the Big South in 2008.
Morrison holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry from Gardner-Webb and completed a master’s degree in Sports Science and Pedagogy from Gardner-Webb in 2011. He also holds a National “B” License and a National Youth License from U.S. Soccer.