Brennen Morton
Brennen Morton
Title: Assistant Women's Basketball Coach
Phone: (401) 524-3412
Email: Brennen.Morton@NorthernVermont.edu

Brennen Morton is entering his second season as Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Northern Vermont University-Lyndon.  Prior to joining the women's program he spent two seasons as an assistant with the Lyndon men's program.

In Morton's first season with the Lyndon women, working under head coach Sean Lynch he helped the team to a 14-12 finish, the program's best record since returning to NCAA division III play in 2009.  The team also earned its first North Atlantic Conference playoff berth since 2013.

In Morton's two prior seasons working with the Lyndon men under head coach Chris Dorsey, the team qualified for the NAC playoffs both times.  The 2016-17 team reached the NAC semi-finals.

Before coming to Lyndon, Morton spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Central Maine Community College working under head coach David Gonyea.  The 2013-14 Mustang team finished the season 31-3, the most successful season in CMCC history.  The team captured the Yankee Small College Conference championship and earned a bid to the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Division 2 National Tournament.

Morton is a 2011 graduate of the University of Maine at Presque Isle.  He played two seasons for the Owls and was named an Academic All-American.  He shot 45% from the three-point line during his senior season.  He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree in psychology.  He finished with a 3.92 GPA and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.

Morton began his college career by playing two seasons at Central Maine.  He played for two seasons with the Mustangs and was an Academic All-American and a member of the 2009-10 YSCC championship team.

Morton was a three-time All-Conference player at Our Lady of Fatima High School in Warren, RI.  He scored over 1,200 points in his career and made 102 three-point goals.  He averaged over 20 points per game for his career, and tied a state record by making 13 three-pointers in a single game.

Morton holds a Master's degree in psychology with a concentration in sports psychology.  He holds special education licensure from the state of Vermont and works as a special educator at Miller's Run School in Sheffield, VT.