Corey Struss joined North Greenville in 2014, where he started the program. Since their inaugural season in Spring 2015, Struss has led the Crusaders to a 15-33 record, including a Conference Carolina Semifinals appearance in 2017. He has also coached and developed:
He comes to North Greenville from Ohio Valley University, where he spent a year as assistant coach for the Fighting Scots. In 2012, Struss was named head coach of the Scots, where he spent two seasons, before accepting the job at North Greenville.
Corey Struss graduated from Seton Hill University in 2010, where he was a three-year starting goalkeeper for the Griffins. As a player, the team captain collected numerous accolades including the “most improved” award in 2008, two-time team defensive MVP in 2009 & 2010, and was an All-ECC honorable mention. He helped lead the Griffins to a NCAA Division II #6 ranking in just three years.
Corey Struss earned his Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing from Seton Hill and a Masters of Arts in Education from Ohio Valley University in 2013. He was born in Pittsburgh, PA and is married to Amanda Struss, who played women's lacrosse at Seton Hill University. His sister Sam is also currently the assistant women's lacrosse coach at his alma mater.