Women's Basketball

Jazmine Adair  
Jazmine Adair

Last College:
George Washington '09

Position:
Director of Basketball Operations

Experience:
Second Season


12/28/2012

Adair Joins Women's Basketball Staff

Former George Washington Standout Named Director of Operations

02/22/2014

Women's Basketball Pink Zone Game (2/20/14)

Women's Basketball Pink Zone Game (2/20/14)

12/21/2013

Siena Women's Basketball vs. Binghamton (Dec. 21, 2013)

Siena Women's Basketball vs. Binghamton (Dec. 21, 2013)

11/09/2013

Albany Cup (11/9/13)

Albany Cup (11/9/13)

04/19/2013

2013 Women's Basketball Year-End Celebration

2013 Women's Basketball Year-End Celebration

04/18/2013

WBB MAAC Semis vs. Iona (3/9/13)

WBB MAAC Semis vs. Iona (3/9/13)

Jazmine Adair begins her second season and first full season as the Director of Women's Basketball Operations. She joined the Saints' staff on Dec. 28, 2012. Her responsibilities include running the program's summer camps, overseeing community service opportunities, arranging team travel and film exchange and assisting in other day-to-day operations.

"We are really lucky to have Jazmine Adair as a member of our staff," said head coach Ali Jaques. "She brings tremendous basketball and life experience to our program. I had the pleasure to coach her at George Washington and our players and the Siena community will definitely benefit from having her on board."

Adair played four seasons at George Washington (2005-09) where she was the team's leading scorer and rebounder off the bench each of her final three seasons. An Atlantic-10 All-Rookie Team selection, she was named the Colonials' Most Improved Player following her junior season.

During her sophomore and junior seasons, Adair played under Jaques who was an assistant coach at George Washington from 2006-08. During those two seasons, Adair and Jaques both played key roles for a program that won 55 games and made consecutive NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearances.

Adair appeared in 117 games for the Colonials making 24 starts. She averaged 5.1 points and 4.2 rebounds while recording 78 career blocks.

Adair previously spent three years working in Washington-area high schools as both an aide and assistant girls' basketball coach. Additionally, she worked as an executive assistant and assistant project manager at MicroFederal Solutions, Inc.

A native of Washington, D.C., Adair earned her B.A. in Sociology from George Washington in June of 2009.

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