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Kenneth S. Moody
JARRETT M. STEPHENS
807 Walker Ave. Memphis, TN 38126
(901) 435-1238 | Jarrett_Stephens@loc.edu
Jarrett M. Stephens is a graduate of Strongsville High School in Cleveland, Ohio. He lettered in football, basketball, and baseball from his freshman year through his senior year. He attended Lemoyne Owen College from 1995-2000. During his time at L.O.C. he was privilege to play for the Legendary Coach Jerry C. Johnson.
In 1997 he tore his rotator cuff and that's when his coaching career began. His first coaching opportunity came from the elite AAU program, Memphis YOMCA. Upon
graduating from Lemoyne in 2000 he accepted an offer to teach for Memphis City Schools. In 2001 he was hired as a junior varsity head coach and varsity assistant coach at Treadwell High School. Later that year he was promoted to the position as head coach of the varsity team at Treadwell and remained the head coach until 2006. During his time there he achieved 100% graduation rate of his players and an increase in wins each season.
In 2003 he was a member of the coaching staff with the Memphis YOMCA that won the 17& Under AAU Junior Boys National Championship. In 2004 the Memphis Y advanced to the championship game and lost by 3pts. In 2005 Jarrett was 1 of 6 coaches nationally selected by USA Basketball to coach in the Youth Developmental Festival. His team competed against teams from around the world and won a silver medal.
From 2006 to 2008 Jarrett was based in Atlanta, GA. where he trained high school, college, and professional athletes. In 2008 he accepted an assistant coaching position at Clark Atlanta University. At Clark he implemented an agility, strength and conditioning program with the knowledge from his personal training experience. He also brought his talent of individual skill development, defensive schemes, scouting reports, and recruiting connections to the program.
This is Jarrett's first year as Associate Head Coach at Lemoyne Owen College. He is overwhelmed with joy for the opportunity to return to his alma mater and assist in carrying on the long history of success with the men's basketball program.