Garrett LeRose is in his sixth season as an assistant football coach with the Generals. He currently serves as the team's special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach after working with the wide receivers and tight ends for his first four seasons.
LeRose has helped the Generals to a pair of ODAC titles (2010 & 2012), and in his time as an offensive assistant, he helped W&L set a plethora of offensive records.
A December 2007 W&L graduate with a degree in European history, LeRose was a four-year letterwinner for the Generals’ football team, playing wide receiver, halfback and quarterback. He was a member of the 2006 ODAC Championship team, the first team in school history to advance to the Division III playoffs.
Following his playing days, LeRose joined the Generals’ staff as a student assistant, working with both the running backs and the wide receivers. His duties included comprehensive film assessment and breakdown, as well as preparation of practice plans. In addition to serving as an assistant football coach, LeRose also serves as the co-chair of the W&L Athletics Promotions Committee. He and his wife Elizabeth, the Senior Women's Administrator at neighboring VMI, reside in Lexington.