Alma Mater: Francis Marion '01
Office Phone: (704) 637-4359
Mandy Harris-Morgan became just the second softball fast pitch head coach at Catawba when she was hired in July of 2018. She returned to coaching after her most recent stint as a head coach at the University of West Georgia from 2011-2016.
At West Georgia, Harris-Morgan took a 14-40 squad in her first season in 2012 to a 33-23 mark by 2016. While with the Wolves, she worked with all aspects of the program, including managing the budget, recruiting, fund raising and community engagement.
Harris-Morgan previously had served as head coach at Lynn University and was an assistant at the collegiate level at Georgia College and Wingate University. During her stint at GCSU, the Bobcats went to three regionals and finished fifth at the 2006 Division II World Series.
A four-year starter at shortstop at Francis Marion, Harris-Morgan batted .314 over her career. In 2001, she earned All-Peach Belt Conference honors and was team MVP for the Patriots. That season she was also named to the GTE-Verizon Academic All-District II Team. Harris-Morgan was named the team’s top offensive player in 2000 and the top defensive player in 1999.
Harris-Morgan graduated from FMU in 2001, earning a degree in psychology. She earned a master’s degree in business administration from Wingate in 2004. The Plano, Texas, native is also a certified personal training, gaining certification from the American College of Sports Medicine in 2008. Before her collegiate career, Harris- Morgan made three international appearances in England and Holland with the Team Texoma Texas All-Stars.
Harris-Morgan stepped away from coaching in 2016 to start a family with her husband, Mike. The couple relocated from Frisco, Texas, and have a son, Parker.
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