Tim Kerr '06 returned to his alma mater in July 2013 when he named an assistant coach for the men's lacrosse team.
Kerr had a distinguished career with the Shoremen from 2003-06 as a defenseman. Kerr was a two-time All-Centennial Conference first team selection in 2005 and 2006 and an USILA All-American honorable mention honoree in 2006. A two-time captain, he scooped up 219 ground balls, netted eight goals and passed out seven assists for 15 points in 69 career contests. During Kerr's four years, the team went 54-17, reached the Centennial Conference Tournament all four seasons, participated in the NCAA Tournament three times and was a part of the 2003 Centennial Conference Championship. As a sophomore in 2004, Kerr helped Washington College reach the NCAA Division III Semifinals.
As a senior in 2006, he was the recipient of the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Award and was one of 48 student-athletes in all three NCAA Divisions for the spring season. In addition to the award from the NCAA, he was tabbed a USILA Scholar All-American in May 2006. Kerr was also named co-male winner of the Washington College Senior Athletic Award and the male winner of the Sho'men Club Award during his senior year.
From 2007-13 he was head coach for the boys' varsity lacrosse team at Kent Island High School and guided the Buccaneers to an 89-24 record and on four occasions coached the team to the regional championship and the semifinal round of the state tournament.
Kerr earned a B.A. History from Washington College in 2006, where he was on the dean's list every semester, and his M.A. in Administration and Leadership from the University of Phoenix in 2010. Currently, he serves as a social studies teacher at Kent Island High School.