Jason Levinson

Jason Levinson joined the women's lacrosse coaching staff at Hood in the fall of 2021.

Before Hood, he was an assistant coach at Stevenson during the COVID-19 shortened 2020 season.

Levinson served as a volunteer assistant coach at Division I Johns Hopkins for the 2018 and 2019 seasons. He primarily worked with the team's goalkeepers and saw his goalies named the Big10 Defensive Player of the Week, three times. With the Blue Jays, he also assisted in scouting and game preparation, in-game strategy, and post-game analysis.

Prior to Johns Hopkins, Levinson got his collegiate coaching start at Division I Mount St. Mary's as a volunteer assistant coach, working mainly with the goalkeepers.

Since 2014, Levinson has served as the head coach of the Hero's Tournament Lacrosse Club where he was in charge of practice planning and implementation, player development, managing player and parent expectations/goals, building/maintaining relationships with collegiate coaches and assisting student-athletes in the college recruiting process.

For 11 years, Levinson served as both a head and assistant coach for both boys and girls in the Linganore Oakdale Urbana Youth Athletic Association. He has also coached lacrosse at Linganore High School.

Outside of lacrosse, Levinson is the President of Maryland Heritage Custom Builders, Inc, a compony he founded shortly after his honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps.

Levinson holds his Level 3 Women's Coaching Certification as well as his Level 2 Men's Coaching Certification with US Lacrosse.

Levinson is a 1990 graduate of Towson and four-year member of the Tigers' lacrosse team. He played on Towson's first NCAA Tournament team in 1989.