Jamie Beaudoin became the University of Maine at Farmington Women's Basketball Head Coach in 2000 and was named Associate Athletics Director in 2010.
Beaudoin guided the Beavers to conference championships in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2007, with trips to the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Championship in 2006 and 2007. He was named the North Atlantic Conference and State of Maine Coach of the Year in 2003 and 2007. Beaudoin has also coached an NAC Rookie of the Year (2007) and NAC Player of the Year (2008) in Caitlyn Laflin.
Beaudoin also coached men's soccer for the Beavers from 2001-2007. Farmington enjoyed back-to-back conference titles (2001, 2002) under Beaudoin. He was the NAC Men's Soccer Coach of the Year in 2003 and 2006.
A graduate of Orono High School and the University of Maine at Farmington with a degree in elementary education in 1997, Beaudoin was a four-year starter for the men’s basketball program under Coach Dick Meader. During his junior and senior years, he was the team’s captain and was named an NAIA Scholar Athlete each year. At the conclusion of his senior year, he was awarded the Maine Athletic Conference/Fleet Bank Scholar Athlete and the Maine College Basketball and Writers’ Association Scholar Athlete awards for his outstanding efforts in competition and in the classroom.
Beaudoin also played on the highly successful men’s soccer team that had a 43-8-2 record during the three years that he competed. During both his junior and senior seasons, he was named to the National Soccer Association of America First Team All-American, was an NAIA Scholar Athlete, and received numerous awards on the regional and state level.
Upon graduation from UMF, Beaudoin taught seventh grade math for three years at Jay Middle School where he also coached baseball. Before that, he coached girls’ soccer and JV basketball at Mt. Blue High School in Farmington. Additionally, Jamie served as an assistant coach under Dick Meader for the UMF men’s basketball program.
He also owns a master’s degree in educational leadership from the University of Maine.
Beaudoin resides in Farmington with his wife.