Jamie Woods enters her fourth season as assistant soccer coach for the Red Raiders. Woods played for the Red Raiders from 1996 to 1999 and received her bachelor of science in exercise and sport science with a minor in English from Tech in 2001. As a player, Woods was a two-year captain and a mainstay of the Tech defense, starting 67 career-games and registered five points on two goals and one assist.
Woods brings a variety of soccer experience to the staff, having coached and played at many levels of the game. Prior to returning to Tech, she served as an assistant at the University of Northern Colorado (Division II) and helped lead the team to an appearance in the NCAA tournament where the Bears advanced to the round of 16. During the 2001 summer, she played for the USL W1 League Ft. Collins Force; in addition to playing she was the head coach for the reserve team. Woods has helped local teams by leading the U17 girls of the Lubbock Elite (Youth Soccer Club) and the U16 Lubbock Ice after serving as an assistant for the U14 girls team.
A native of Albuquerque, N.M., Woods attended Sandia High School in Albuquerque where she was a two-sport athlete lettering in soccer and football.
As a licensed member of both the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and the United States Soccer Federation (USSF). Woods is active on the national soccer scene. Woods holds her USSF B license and NSCAA Adavanced National Diploma.
Woods is engaged to Steve Crum and will be married in June, 2005.