Jamie Block joined the Stonehill women's soccer program as an assistant coach in August 2017.
Block joins the Skyhawk coaching staff after a stellar playing career in the Purple & White. Transitioning to the sideline, she has been involved with club soccer since March 2017 and has coached at numerous regional camps and clinics.
Previously, Block was the starting goalkeeper for the Skyhawks for three years and co-captain for two, including during the most historic season for Stonehill, as she helped the team capture the 2016 NE10 Conference Championship as well as earn the program's first NCAA Tournament bid. As a senior, she was named to the NSCAA NCAA Division II All-America second team and was the third Stonehill College women’s soccer student-athlete to be named an All American.
Block was also tabbed on the NSCAA Scholar All-America first team, NSCAA NCAA Division II Scholar All-East Region first team, and NSCAA NCAA Division II All-East Region first team. Other accolades include the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association second team, the Northeast 10 All-Tournament Team, NE10 Goalkeeper of the Year, and the NE10 All-Conference first team.
She now has her name etched in five school records including goals-against average in a season (0.85), shutouts in a season (10), consecutive shutouts (3), career goals-against average (1.07), and career shutouts (20).
In the classroom, Block was tabbed on the NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for seven semesters and the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for three semesters.
Block received her Goalkeeping Level 1 Diploma and graduated from Stonehill College in May 2017 with major in health sciences and a minor in healthcare administration.