Jamie Campbell was hired as UTEP's 10th women's tennis coach in July 2003.
In her first season in El Paso, she guided the team to 10 wins, while playing a schedule full of regional powers and nationally-ranked opposition.
In 2005, UTEP was a perfect 4-0 at home but struggled to find its stride away from the Sun City. The squad was riddled with injuries and finished the year with a first-round victory against Nevada at the WAC Tournament before falling to nationally-ranked Fresno State.
Last season, the Orange and Blue transitioned into Conference-USA with a young squad. They faced a challenging schedule, which featured several regionally and nationally-ranked opponents. The Miners started fast with four wins in their initial six matches before running into a troublesome patch. Individually, Teri Wilkerson picked up All-C-USA Accolades, becoming the first UTEP tennis player to be so honored since 2001.
Campbell came to El Paso after a five-year stint as head coach at Binghamton University in Binghamton, N.Y. She compiled a 55-53 dual match record, including 28-19 over the last two seasons.
Campbell's 2002-03 Bearcats finished 16-8 and took second place at the America East Conference Championship. Binghamton set school records for victories and consecutive wins (13). Campbell was named the America East Conference Coach of the Year. Five of her players earned All-Conference recognition.
Campbell took over a Division II program at Binghamton and eased its transition into Division I. The Bearcats captured back-to-back New England Collegiate Conference titles in her first two years as head coach before making the move to Division I for the 2001-02 campaign.
Campbell was the 1998-99 NECC Coach of the Year. Binghamton had the NECC's Outstanding Doubles Team in 1998 and 1999, and the league's Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year in 1999.
Campbell previously was an assistant coach at Guilford College (one year) and James Madison University (two years).
A native of Lexington, Ky., Campbell graduated from Guilford College in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in sports medicine. She was the Quakers' team captain and top singles player for three years. Campbell was a four-time All-Conference player and was a top-40 Division III player as a junior and senior.
She earned a master's degree in kinesiology from James Madison in 1998.