Staff includes veteran collegiate and professional coaches as UMass begins MAC, FBS era.
Charged with the daily operations and coordination of the UMass football program, Jordan Jarry enters his second season in 2012 with the Minutemen. Jarry joined the program prior to the 2011 season and has been a key part in the FBS Transition.
Jarry came to UMass after spending the 2010 season as the outside linebackers coach at the Colorado School of Mines where he also assisted in recruiting, video coordinating and strength and conditioning.
With the Ore Diggers, Jarry helped coach a defense that led CSM to the 2010 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championship and a spot in the NCAA Division II Playoffs. The defensive unit led the RMAC in sacks (36) and ranked second in red-zone defense and interceptions.
Prior to CSM, the Nashua, N.H., native spent five years (2005-10) working in the Georgetown Athletics Department where he served as an account executive for ticket sales and corporate sponsorship. He assisted the department in producing over $8 million in revenue while also working with over 100 corporate clients including Sprint, AMTRAK, GEICO, Xerox and Coca-Cola.
Jarry was a three-year letterwinner at Georgetown as a tight end for the Hoyas from 2001-04. He was named to the 2004 and 2004 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and was a Dean's List student earning a degree in history in 2004. He also earned his master's degree in sports industry management from Georgetown in 2009.