Michael Morris was added to the Harvard football staff as the director of football operations in April 2015 and begins his fifth season with the Crimson in 2019.
Morris came to Cambridge after spending the 2014 season as the assistant director of football operations at Dartmouth.
At Dartmouth, Morris was responsible for the organization and scheduling of unofficial visits and all game day recruiting responsibilities, as well as assisting in the coordination of official visits as it related to travel, preparing itineraries and executing logistics of the schedule. Morris was a liaison for the team to multiple departments at Dartmouth, and managed head coach Buddy Teevens’ schedule.
Prior to his stay at Dartmouth, Morris was an athletic operations intern at Boston College, assisting in all aspects of game management and the hiring, training and scheduling of student event staff workers.
Morris served as a graduate assistant at Springfield in athletic administration, focusing on contest management for athletic events. He received his master’s degree in education from Springfield in athletic administration in 2013, and bachelor’s degree in communication from Boston College in 2011.