Morgan Tullar begins her first season as an assistant women's lacrosse coach at Rhode Island College. Tullar works primarily with the team's goalkeepers.
Tullar also serves as RIC's Coordinator of Recreation and Fitness Programs. She oversees all of RIC’s fitness programs for the entire campus community and monitor the Recreation Center’s cardiovascular center, weight room and aerobics studio. Tullar also works with the varsity athletic programs in a strength and conditioning role.
The Randolph, Vermont native earned a master’s degree in sports management from the University of New Haven in 2016 and a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Central Connecticut State University in 2015. Tullar is a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
She was previously a health and fitness specialist at Pratt and Whitney locations in Connecticut where her responsibilities included providing accurate fitness assessments via FMS and BMI evaluations, as well as circumference measurements, blood pressure screens, and cardio-vascular endurance assessments. She also designed and implemented daily fitness programs via personal training and group training.
Tullar also served as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant at New Haven while obtaining her master’s degree. During her time at New Haven, she designed and implemented strength and conditioning programs for the women’s tennis and men’s and women’s cross country programs. Tullar assisted in the design and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for women’s lacrosse, football, basketball, soccer, softball, baseball and track teams. She also assisted in weight room scheduling, supervision, cleanliness, spotting, and coaching for all teams.
She was a Div. I standout goalkeeper in women’s lacrosse during her undergraduate career at Central Connecticut. Tullar twice earned Northeast Conference (NEC) Goalkeeper of the Year honors and was awarded First Team All-NEC honors as a junior in 2014. She was twice named Second Team All-NEC and All-Tournament during her career.