Tom Morris, a former standout with the Limestone men’s soccer team, begins his second year as an assistant coach with the Saints. Morris has also coached the Myrtle Beach FC Mutiny, guiding the club to the NPSL playoffs for the first time in franchise history and a No. 2 national ranking during the 2015 season.

In his first season as the assistant coach, Limestone set the program record for highest winning percentage as the team went 16-3-1 overall. The Saints featured four All-American award winners in 2014, and advanced to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Division II Tournament for the second time in team history with a thrilling 1-0 overtime win over Wingate.

Prior to joining the Limestone coaching staff, Morris spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Rio Grande (Ohio). He helped guide the Red Storm to a Mid-South Conference Regular Season Championship in 2012 followed by a conference tournament title in 2013. Rio Grande advanced to the NAIA Elite Eight in his final season and was a nationally top-ranked program both years.