Women's Basketball

 

  Jen MacAulay
Jen  MacAulay

Position:
Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Vermont '02


06/03/2015

UMass Women's Basketball 2014-15 Season-In-Review

Minutewomen boasted +8.5 win improvement in 2014-15 over previous campaign

11/06/2013

Women's Basketball Opens Season At The Mullins Center

Minutewomen face Western Michigan on Friday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m.

10/12/2011

2011-12 UMass Women's Basketball Quick Facts

11/19/2014

WBB VS. MAINE

WBB VS. MAINE Photos by Thom Kendall '93

01/30/2013

WBB vs. LASALLE

WBB vs. LASALLE Photos by Thom Kendall '93

11/21/2012

WBB vs. HARTFORD

WBB vs. HARTFORD Photos by Thom Kendall '93

Now entering her sixth season as an assistant coach and second as the recruiting coordinator at the University of Massachusetts, Jen MacAulay came to Amherst before the 2010-11 campaign. At UMass, MacAulay oversees the day-to-day functionality of the team while she also works with the Minutewomen guards on and off the court and serves as the recruiting coordinator.

MacAulay joined Dawley in Amherst when Dawley accepted the University of Massachusetts head coaching position on April 6, 2010. MacAulay has worked with the guards during each of her six seasons at UMass after she spent two successful seasons helping Dawley coach the Vermont Catamounts to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances.

Most recently, MacAulay's tutelage led 2014-15 starting freshman shooting guard Cierra Dillard to record one of the most successful rookie seasons in Minutewoman history. Dillard had the sixth-most points (319) in a season by a Maroon and White freshman and the most since Melissa Gurile and Octavia Thomas scored 365 and 354, respectively, during the 1992-93 campaign.

MacAulay returned to her alma mater, Vermont, for the 2008-09 campaign after three years at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, and two seasons as a graduate assistant on the women's basketball staff at the University of New Hampshire. At Vermont, the Catamounts were 48-19 during MacAulay's two campaigns patrolling the sidelines alongside Dawley with a pair of America East Conference titles.

From August 2003 through September 2006, MacAulay filled several roles at Carleton. She served as an assistant women's basketball coach for two seasons and was also the director of intramural athletics and sports camps at the school.

A 2002 graduate of Vermont, MacAulay won a pair of America East Regular Season Titles and went to compete in the NCAA and WNIT postseason tournaments during her career. She served as a co-captain as a junior in 2000-01 and finished her career ranking among Vermont's all-time leaders in three-point field goals and assists.

In the classroom, MacAulay, a Business Administration major, was a Dean's List student and took home America East Academic Honor Roll accolades all four years. She earned her Master's degree in Sports Studies from New Hampshire in May 2008.

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UMass Assistant Coach Jen MacAulay's Year-By-Year Results
Year Program Position W-L Postseason Notes
2006-07 New Hampshire Graduate Assistant 9-20 America East Tournament
2007-08 New Hampshire Graduate Assistant 7-22 America East Tournament
2008-09 Vermont Assistant Coach 21-12 America East Champions/NCAA First Round
2009-10 Vermont Assistant Coach 27-7 America East Champions/NCAA Second Round
2010-11 Massachusetts Assistant Coach 7-23 Atlantic 10 Tournament First Round
2011-12 Massachusetts Assistant Coach 8-21 -
2012-13 Massachusetts Assistant Coach 3-26 -
2013-14 Massachusetts Assistant Coach 4-27 Atlantic 10 Tournament Play-In Game
2014-15 Massachusetts Assistant Coach 12-18 Atlantic 10 Tournament Second Round

Last Update: June 2, 2015

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