Jarred Martin enters his 10th season as a member of the Duke coaching staff. An offensive specialist with strong technical knowledge and a wealth of international playing experience, Martin was promoted to associate head coach in the summer of 2013.
Since his first season in 2007, Duke has amassed a record of 124-79 as Martin has helped guide the program to seven NCAA Tournament appearances, highlighted by a trip to the NCAA championship match at the conclusion of a historic 2013 campaign. Under his tutelage, Duke has produced 16 All-Americans, 29 All-South honorees and 19 All-ACC picks.
The Duke program accomplished a number of firsts in 2016, capturing its first ACC regular season title and reaching No. 1 in the national poll for the first time in school history. With Martin's guidance, the Blue Devils earned the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the first time, advancing to the NCAA quarterfinals for the fifth consecutive season. The squad compiled a 16-4 ledger against the nation’s toughest schedule and featured a pair of first-time All-Americans in Alyssa Chillano and Heather Morris.
Morris concluded her career ranked among the program's top 20 players in career points (74) and goals (32).
In 2013, Martin saw two-time All-American Emmie Le Marchand round out her career ranked fifth in school history in points and seventh in goals. Midfielder Laura Suchoski ('08) garnered All-America recognition all four years en route to graduating tied for seventh all-time at Duke in career assists, while 2008 graduate Marian Dickinson totaled 58 goals in four seasons to tie for third in program history.
Prior to his arrival at Duke, Martin served as an assistant coach at Skidmore College, where he led the Thoroughbreds to three Liberty League titles and two runner-up finishes as well as five NCAA Tournament appearances, including a trip to the Final Four. In addition, he coached 10 All-America selections, two league player of the year choices and one ECAC Player of the Year pick.
Martin’s coaching experience also reaches beyond the collegiate level as he is involved in the U.S. coaching system. He was named the United States Junior Women’s High Performance head coach for the U17 squad in June of 2015 after serving as an assistant coach with the team for the past five years. He also works with the South High Performance Training Center (HPTC), which won the Women’s’ National Championships in May of 2014. Martin earned a Level III Accreditation from USA Field Hockey in the summer of 2010.
Martin, a native of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., retired from the U.S. Men’s National field hockey squad in the spring of 2012 after 12 seasons with the team. As the starting center forward, Martin traveled to over 25 countries on four continents representing the United States. One of the team leaders in goals and caps, he competed in three Pan American Games, two Olympic Qualifiers, two World Cup Qualifiers and three Pan American Cups. He ended his career with 104 caps.
A graduate of the University at Albany, Martin earned a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry in 2005 after receiving Dean’s List recognition each semester and graduating magna cum laude. He completed a masters in sports administration in May, 2012.
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