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Penn State (asst.)
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Connecticut Huskies softball
American Athletic Conference
Jen McIntyre Wikipedia
Jen McIntyre is an American college softball coach, currently serving as head coach of the Connecticut Huskies softball team. She was named to that position prior to the 2015 season.
McIntyre played at Penn State from 1995 to 1998, where she was the starting third baseman for all four years. She was team MVP as a junior, and a captain in her senior year. She was named a 1997 Academic All-American, and was a three time Academic All-Big Ten selection. McIntyre is sixth all-time in stolen bases.
In 2000, McIntyre became an assistant at Indiana, where she remained for two seasons. She then returned to her alma mater, Penn State for 12 seasons, rising to the position of associate head coach, and helping the Nittany Lions to 6 NCAA Division I Softball Championship appearances. Next, McIntyre served as associate head coach at Boston University for only one season. In that season, the Terriers won the Patriot League Softball Tournament and recorded a win in the NCAA Tournament against Louisville. On July 7, 2014, she was named head coach at Connecticut, succeeding legendary coach Karen Mullins. In her first season, the Huskies finished 18–35.