The Lake Oswego High School's Boys Soccer Program is led by Coach Fraser Morrison, who brings a wealth of soccer experience, as both a player and a coach. Coach Morrison played league representative soccer in his hometown of London, during his youth club soccer career, and attended the University of Luton where he helped its intercollegiate soccer team reach the quarterfinals of the British Universities Challenge Cup.

Fraser began his coaching career in England, coaching for Princes Park Youth Football Club, prior to accepting a position at Goal Line Soccer Clinics, where he ultimately became Director of Camps in Oregon and Washington. In 1999, Morrison returned to England where he completed his degree while coaching for two professional soccer clubs, West Ham United Football Club and Barnet Football Club. At West Ham he was their Football-in-the-Community Coach. At Barnet he coached their Girls 87 Center of Excellence team, and assisted with their Women's FA Premier League team.

After returning to the US, Morrison became the Director of Youth Development at the Oregon United Soccer Academy in Eugene, where he coached multiple teams to Oregon State Championships. In 2005, Fraser became the Director of Coaching at Lake Oswego Soccer Club, where he oversees the operation of the entire club. Fraser is a co-founder of the Crossfire Oregon Soccer Club where he also serves as the Director of Coaching. Fraser has also served as a United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) Region IV Staff Coach, and has also been an Oregon Olympic Development (ODP) Staff Coach for several years.

In the Fall of 2006, Fraser became the Lake Oswego High School boys soccer team head coach, where his mantra of "quality & quickness" has been his consistent message to all of the players on all of the teams. He was selected Three Rivers League Coach of the Year in 2007 and 2009. He is a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National "A" licensed coach, and he also has a USSF Youth license and NSCAA Advanced National Diploma.