Jamie Trudeau was named the Head
Coach of both the women's soccer and softball teams at Wells
College prior to the 2011 seasons. Since 2003, Trudeau has
coached teams to four conference championships, three regional
final appearances and a fourth place finish at the Division III
College World Series. She was named to the NFCA Northeast Regional
Coaching Staffs of the Year in 2006 and 2007 seasons while serving
as an assistant coach at Plattsburgh State University where
she coached both soccer and softball.
Prior to coaching at Plattsburgh State, Trudeau served as a graduate assistant coach for the University of South Dakota. Before the University of South Dakota, Trudeau was the Head Coach of women's soccer at Hudson Valley Community College where she led her team to their first regional appearance in seven years and their best record in ten years. At Hudson Valley, Trudeau and the softball team captured the 2004 Mountain Valley Conference Championship and played in the regional finals
A native of Cohoes, N.Y., Trudeau earned her bachelor's degree in Physical Education/Sports Science from Chowan College in North Carolina. She received her master's degree from the University of South Dakota in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation.