UND Staff


Graduate Assistant (Offense)


Brandon Lemon is in his second year in 2018 and first as an offensive graduate assistant at Notre Dame.

Lemon joined the Irish staff following one season at the University of New Haven (2016), where he coached wide receivers. Lemon helped Ty Headen earned First Team All-Northeast-10 honors as a senior in 2016. Headen hauled in 56 receptions for a career-high 991 yards and eight TDs. Headen finished his New Haven career second all-time in receptions with 179 and fourth in receiving yards with 2,416.

Prior to New Haven, Lemon was an assistant coach at St. Lawrence University for two years (2014-15). He worked with the receiving corps. In 2015, the Saints set school records for nearly all passing categories featuring All-Liberty League selections Mitch Gallagher and Leondre Simmon.

In 2013, he coached the cornerbacks at Methodist University where he mentored two all-conference players as Tyler Mitchell received First Team All-USA South honors and D.J. Payne was named to the second team. He also coached special teams and spent time in the spring guiding slot receivers.

Lemon also has coaching experience with two USA National Development camps.

As a student-athlete, Lemon played four years at Salisbury University. As a senior, Salisbury advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Tournament losing to eventual National Champion Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Lemon received his bachelor’s degree in sociology in May 2012.