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Campbell named women's tennis coach at Texas-El Paso
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After five seasons at Binghamton, head women’s tennis coach Jamie Campbell has accepted the position of head coach at University of Texas-El Paso. A national search for her successor will begin immediately.

“I thoroughly enjoyed my past five years here at Binghamton University,” Campbell said. “The administration, other coaches and staff have been extremely supportive and have helped me grow as a coach. Binghamton’s future looks incredibly bright. I'm proud to have been a part of such a program.”

In Campbell’s five years at the helm, the Bearcats attained a record of 55-53 in dual matches, including a 28-19 mark over the past two seasons. In 2002-03, Binghamton enjoyed a banner year, finishing with a 16-8 dual match record and earning runner-up honors at the America East Conference Championship. Campbell was honored as the America East Conference Coach of the Year at the conclusion of the year. Binghamton set single-season school records for the most wins in a season as well as the most consecutive wins (13).

“Jamie has done a great job developing a competitive Division II and now Division I program,” Athletic Director Joel Thirer said. “This is a good career move for her. We appreciate her contributions to Binghamton and wish her well.”

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