CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Tim Murphy, The Thomas Stephenson Family Head Coach for Harvard Football, has announced the hiring of Andy Marino to coach the offensive line.
Marino joins the Crimson after a four-year stint at Lehigh where he coached the offensive line and the tight ends. Marino's unit with the Mountain Hawks' was among the most successful on the team. Each of the last two seasons three offensive linemen garnered All-Patriot League honors, helping pave the way for back-to-back 1,000 yard rushing seasons from running back Dominick Bragalone. Last season, Lehigh also rated as the top passing offense in the Patriot League.
Prior to his time at Lehigh, Marino coached at Widener in 2013 where he coached the offensive line and held the titles of assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator and run game coordinator. Marino arrived at Widener after three years at Delaware. He began his time as an offensive graduate assistant and then coached the tight ends and tackles in 2012.
A 2009 graduate of Lycoming College with a degree in History, Marino was a three-year starter and a two-year team captain on the offensive line. In 2008 he was a MAC Champion in the NCAA Division III National Playoff Qualifier. He added a Master's in Higher Education Administration from Delaware in 2012.
Marino will be responsible for Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Kentucky and western Pennsylvania in recruiting.