Jamie Carey

Associate Head Women’s Basketball Coach
University of Texas at San Antonio

Experience

2021 – Present: Associate Head Coach, University of Texas at San Antonio

2020 – 2021: Associate Head Coach, University of North Texas

2016 – 2020: Associate Head Coach (18-20)/Assistant Coach, University of Texas

2014 – 2016: Assistant Coach, University of Colorado

2011 – 2014: Head Coach, Sand Creek HS (CO)

2008 – 2010: Head Coach, Legacy HS (CO)

2005 – 2008: Professional Player, Connecticut Sun (WNBA)

2002 – 2005: Player/Team Captain (04-05), University of Texas

1999 – 2001: Player, Stanford University

Education

2006: University of Texas, Masters, Sport Management

2004: University of Texas, Bachelors, Sociology

Personal

Hometown: Thornton, CO

Career Highlights

Selected to participate in the 2019 WBCA/Women Leaders in College Sports NEXT UP program

In 2021-22 (first season), helped lead UTSA to the most single-season wins (7) in three seasons, a five-win improvement from the season prior to staff’s arrival

In 2020-21, helped lead North Texas to a 13-7 overall record, as well as (even with the shortened season) the most Conference USA wins (10) in program history and most conference wins in 19 seasons

From 2016 to 2020, helped lead Texas to a 95-37 (.720) overall and 53-19 (.736) Big 12 record, three 23+ win seasons, and three NCAA Tournament berths (two Sweet 16s)

Texas’ scoring offense finish ranked 14th nationally in 2017-18

Helped Texas sign four recruiting classes (2020, 2019, 2018, 2017) that ranked in the top-16 nationally, including two classes (2018 & 2017) that ranked 3rd nationally

In 2014-15, assisted Colorado to the second-most conference wins (t-6) in 11 seasons

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has recruited and coached 26 all-conference team selections, as well as one Player of the Year, one Freshman of the Year, and one Defensive Player of the Year, and three WNBA draft picks

106-25 (.809) overall record as a Head Coach at the high school level

Two-time Colorado Springs Area Coach of the Year and Pikes Peak Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, led Sand Creek High School to two Pikes Peak Athletic Conference Championships

Active in USA Basketball (non-playing role) since 2016, has helped the organization with the development of the youth development coaching curriculum

The 1999-00 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year at Stanford, was forced to temporarily retire for two years due to a concussion before transferring to Texas where doctors determined they could treat her and clear her to play

A two-time Big 12 All-Conference Team selection, helped lead Texas to two Big 12 Regular Season Championships, one Big 12 Tournament Championship, and three NCAA Tournament berths, including a 2002-03 Final Four appearance

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