Jennifer Mavis enters her first season as an volunteer assistant with the William & Mary women's soccer program. Mavis joins the Tribe from Oklahoma where she served as the director of soccer operations.
Mavis spent last season at Oklahoma, where she was the director of soccer operations. During her one season with the Sooners she helped the team to a 10-win season, and a berth in the Big 12 Championship match. While at Oklahoma, Mavis was responsible for monitoring the academics of the 30 student-athletes, overseeing student-athletes like skills, preparation for the NCAA Tournament First Round, recruiting correspondence, game day operation, and much more.
Aside from gaining experience at the college level, Mavis has a vast experience at the club level. Last year she worked as the assistant director of coaching for the Oklahoma Soccer Association, where she worked with the Olympic Development Program (ODP). Mavis also was the president, founder, and goalkeeper director of the Legacy Football Club in Sparks, Nevada.
Mavis has an impressive list of credentials in terms of certifications. She has earned her United Stats Soccer Federation (USSF) “B” License, National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Level III Goalkeeper Diploma, and NSCAA Director of Coaching Diploma.
She played her college soccer at Nevada from 2003-06, playing goalkeeper primarily, but played nine games as a field player. She helped Nevada to their first-ever berth in the NCAA Tournament in 2006, after winning the WAC Championship. She earned her bachelors degree in heath ecology in 2008 from Nevada, while she is working on a master’s in educational leadership with an emphasis in intercollegiate athletics.