Baclawski Announces Meshew as Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach
GEORGETOWN, Texas - Southwestern University Head Women's Soccer Coach Jene' Baclawski announced Thursday the hiring of Jamie Meshew as the new assistant women's soccer coach.
Meshew comes to Southwestern after coaching the Chicago Fire Juniors out of Naperville, Illinois for two seasons, serving as the girls U11 head coach and staff goalkeeper coach for all ages. In the summer of 2010 she traveled to Klagenfurt, Austria to lead the Girls U18 Team USA squad to a bronze medal in the United World Games.
Prior to the Chicago Fire, Meshew spent four years in the Tennessee Futbol Club out of Nashville, Tenn. and six years with the Coastal Georgia Soccer Association in Savannah, Ga.
A 2005 graduate of Vanderbilt University, Meshew founded the women's club soccer program in the fall of 2002 and was a part of the program that earned five consecutive NIRSAA National Championship berths. Upon graduation she took her talents to NCAA-I (AA) Belmont University where she was a volunteer assistant coach and volunteer goalkeeper coach for one season.
Meshew holds a USSF "B" License, USSF National Goalkeeper License and NSCAA Level 1 Goalkeeper diploma. She holds a master of arts in Latin American studies in 2007 and a bachelor of arts in Spanish in 2005 from Vanderbilt.
Meshew will officially begin her tenure at Southwestern on August 1.
The Pirates open their season August 31 at 2pm when they take on Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas.