Lemon comes to Georgetown after working as an assistant coach for the Bethesda Big Train of the Cal Ripken Sr. Collegiate League during the summer of 2007 and as an assistant coach at Sanford High school in Wilmington, Delaware during the spring season. While with those teams, Lemon worked specifically with the infielders and also served as hitting instructor.
This season with the Hoyas, Lemon's duties will consist of working with the outfielders and aiding Coach Brock in working with the hitters. He will also be handling office duties including clerical tasks associated with recruiting.
Lemon currently plays professional baseball for the St. George Roadrunners of the Golden Baseball League, an Independent league. He played with the team this past August and plans to return to the Roadrunners in May for the 2008 season.
The Salisbury University graduate was a four-time All-Capital Athletic Conference selection and a First Team All-American choice in 2006. Lemon holds numerous school records including most runs scored, walks and doubles all-time. He is also ranked second all-time in career hits with 240 and also holds the single-game record for hits in a game with six and the longest hitting streak in Salisbury history (23 games).