Jamie Starr is in his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Xavier University women's soccer team, serving as the primary goalkeeper coach.
A 1998 graduate of and four-year letter-winner at the University of South Carolina, Starr served as a graduate assistant at USC during the 1998 season. He helped train the USC goalkeepers, including Chicago Fire MLS Cup MVP keeper Henry Ring.
Following a stint as a high school coach, Starr was named as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Tulsa and was with the Golden Hurricane during the 2000 season. Tulsa finished the season 10-7-2 that year. Starr began working for Pencom Systems Inc. in 2000 and moved onto Braintree Laboratories Inc. as a territory manager from 2001-02. He has worked in his current place of employment, Astrazeneca Pharmaceuticals, since 2003. He has remained involved in player development though, working at the Keeper 2 Keeper Soccer Goalkeeper Training Camp in 2009 and 2010.
Starr, 38, is the Regional Director for GK1 Goalkeeping Academy in Cincinnati. Starr was on staff at the Machnik No. 1 Goalkeeper Camp from 1993-98 and worked at the University of South Carolina's soccer camps from 1994-98. Starr was named team captain during his senior year at South Carolina and helped lead USC to a spot in the NCAA Tournament three times. South Carolina earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament during his sophomore year. Following graduation, Starr served as the head coach at Heathwood hall Episcopal High School in Columbia, S.C. His team finished the season with a 10-3 mark and qualified for the state tournament.
Starr, who was born November 8, 1975 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, earned his master's degree in sport administration from Ohio University in 2013.