Jaime Wallin is in her second season as a member of the Stony Brook softball coaching staff. Wallin works primarily with the outfield and the hitting program, while also assisting in all other aspects of the softball program.
Wallin arrived at Stony Brook after three years at UC-Davis, where she helped lead the team to its first Division II national championship in May 2003.
UC-Davis just completed its last season at the Division II level with a program-best 53-15 record en route to claiming its first national title. The UC-Davis coaching staff was named the 2003 Speedline/NFCA Division II Coaching Staff of the Year.
A successful two-sport athlete at Pace University and Queens College, Wallin helped Queens to the New York Collegiate Athletic Conference title and a third-place finish at the Northeast Regional in 1999. She played two years of tennis for the Knights. During her career she won three All-NYCAC awards.
She earned her bachelor's degree in exercise physiology and psychology from Queens in 2000. Wallin then went on to receive her master's degree in kinesiology from California State, Sacramento in August 2003.