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Assumption College Names Marcoux Director of Athletics

Friday, May 18, 2018

 

Jamie Marcoux

Assumption College has named Jamie Marcoux director of athletics.

"I am extremely honored to become the next director of athletics for Assumption College. I am committed to continuing the work that is ongoing at Assumption by the staff, faculty, and students. The College's commitment to academic and athletic excellence is impressive. The strategic plan for Assumption has athletics positioned to be a perennial power in the NE-10, regionally and nationally.  Our student-athletes will strive to be the best they can academically, athletically and in the community.  A diverse co-curricular experience which challenges our student-athletes to grow into future leaders is our goal,” said Marcoux.

She will begin her role on June 4.

About Marcoux

Currently, the director of athletics at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Marcoux manages 500 student-athletes, a full-time staff of 30 and 23 Division III varsity programs and all recreation, fitness and intramural programs.

Marcoux earned a bachelor's of science in community health education and athletic training from Rhode Island College and a master's of science in athletic training from Indiana State University.

While a student-athlete at Rhode Island College, Marcoux was named Rhode Island College NCAA Woman of the Year; to the Who's Who Among College Students list; and earned the Rhode Island College Health, Physical Education Department Senior Faculty Award.

 

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