Jackie Boswell
Jackie Boswell
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 443-352-4048
Email: jboswell@stevenson.edu
Alma Mater: Virginia Wesleyan '95
Experience: 9th year at STE, 9th overall

The second coach in the program's history, Jackie Boswell was hired in June 2011 . Boswell also serves as an Assistant Athletics Director of Compliance.

  • Lead the Mustangs to a 17-12 record (2017-2018)
  • Boswell won her 100th career win over Alvernia
  • Mustangs reach ECAC semifinals while senior Sara Tarbert established Division III records of 29 doubles-doubles (2016-2017)
  • In 2015-2016 season, the Mustangs reach MAC Commonwealth and capture first ECAC title
  • Sara Tarbert was named the leagues Player of the Year
  • During the 2014-2015 season, the Mustangs set a school record in best starting season of 10-2 and 19 consecutive wins
  • Mustangs hit a program-best 24 wins
  • Boswell led the Mustangs to its second post-season appearance in program history (2013-2014)
  • Stevenson finished with a .500 for the third time in program history
  • The Mustang team posted the most wins since 2006-07
  • Boswell was named Commonwealth Coach of the Year with an 11-7 record in the conference and posting a win over No. 17 Lebanon Valley
  • Mustangs advanced to the CAC's playoffs (2011)
  • Boswell gained her first collegiate win in the season opener

 

  • All-MAC Commonwealth Player of the Year (2): 2016: Sara Tarbert; 2017: Sara Tarbert
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Second Team (3): 2014: Kayla Kelly; 2018: Jonyae Curry; 2019: Jonyae Curry
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Honorable Mention (1): 2019: Hannah Christ

  • Seton Keough High School, girls basketball assistant coach (1996-2000) and the Athletics Director (2000-11)
  • Director and founder of Gator Basketball Camp
  • Head Coach, USA Olympic Youth Festival in Colorado Springs, Colorado (2007). Won five AAU Championships

  • Played four seasons at Division III Virginia Wesleyan College

  • Graduated from Virginia Wesleyan College where she earned her bachelor of arts degree in sociology in 1995
  • She and her husband Tony have three kids, Kayla, Elayna, and Tessa