Jeremiah Henry starts his third stint at Franklin & Marshall in 2019-20, previously serving as an assistant in 2014-15 after spending the previous 11 seasons as the assistant women’s basketball coach at Dickinson. A native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, his experience includes three years as an assistant coach with the women's basketball program at SUNY Fredonia and one year as an assistant with the men's program at Franklin & Marshall. In addition, he has been employed by the Keystone State Basketball Camps since 1992 as a coach and director.
Henry was an accomplished player on a nationally-ranked Franklin & Marshall team from 1992-1996. He was named All-Conference for four years and the Centennial Conference Player of the Year as a senior. On the regional level, Henry was named All-ECAC D-III Rookie of the Year and earned ECAC First and Second-team recognition as well. The Middle Atlantic District also voted him Player of the Year in 1996.
During his senior season, Henry earned NABC First Team All-America honors and garner Columbus Multimedia First Team All-America recognition while being named MVP of the DIII Tournament sectionals, leading F&M to the Final Four. Upon graduation he held seven school career records: 106-11 career record most three-point field goals made and attempted, and highest career three-point and free throw shooting percentages and was fourth all-time in scoring (1,502 points).