|Title:||Head Women's Basketball Coach|
|High School:||Morse HS|
|Previous College:||SNHU ('13)|
|Major:||MS Sports Management|
In seven seasons at CM, Andrew Morong has led the Lady Mustangs to an overall record of 179-38 and a Yankee Conference record of 90-11. During his tenure, CM has seen 12 All-Americans, 8 Academic All-Americans, 14 All-Conference selections, 2 Conference Player of the Year selections, 5 Yankee Conference Tournament MVP's, and most impressively, 30 Academic All-Conference selections.
The 2016-17 Lady Mustangs capped a 33-1 overall record with the USCAA DII National Championship, becoming the 1st women's collegiate basketball team in the state of Maine to win a national title. CM went undefeated in the Yankee Conference winning both the Regular Season Championship (3rd in 5 years) and the Conference Tournament (4th in 6 years). As the #1 overall seed in the USCAA DII National Tournament, the Lady Mustangs won all of their tournament games by double-digits, ending the season with an 18-game win streak. Coach Morong was also recognized as the USCAA DII National Coach of the Year.
Additionally, Coach Morong led the 2013-14 and 2017-18 squads to the USCAA National Championship game as well, finishing as runner-up.
Morong is a 2004 graduate of Morse High School. After high school Morong attended St. John's University in New York City where he studied Sports Management before transferring back home to the University of Maine. Morong started coaching career at Morse High School as a varsity assistant coach during the 2005-2006 school year, and was named the Associate Head Coach for the 2007-08 season. Morong spent three years as a girls varsity assistant at Morse before being named the Girls Varsity Basketball Coach at Poland Regional High School where he held that title from 2008-2011.
In 2008 Coach Morong graduated from the University of Maine with a B.A. in Psychology and a Minor in Business. In August of 2013, Morong earned his Masters Degree in Sports Management from Southern New Hampshire University. He and his wife, Ambyr, live in Lewiston with their son, Camden.