|Title:||Assistant Women's Basketball Coach|
Jacqueline Vienneau is entering her third season as assistant coach of the Suffolk University women's basketball team in 2016-17.
The 2013 Cum Laude graduate of the Sawyer Business School captained the Rams as a senior in 2012-13, leading the squad to the ECAC finals and a program-best 23 victories. Vienneau had a record-setting career while wearing blue-and-gold as the floor general became the first Suffolk player and third in Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) women's basketball history to eclipse the milestones of 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 300 assists. The four-year letterwinner set the program record with 455 assists, is third all-time with 1,273 points and pulled down 547 caroms throughout the course of her career. A first-team All-GNAC player, she was awarded the presitigious Charles Law Student-Athlete Award and was named Female Athlete of the Year in 2013.
During her first season working alongside Head Coach Ed Leyden instead of playing for him, the Rams put together a 13-14 overall mark and went 8-3 against GNAC opponents. Vienneau helped mold Iliana Quadri into an all-conference first-team selection and Suffolk's 13th 1,000-point scorer.
Off the hardwood Vienneau, who calls Boston home, works with The Advocator Group, a nationwide organization that assists with social secuirty disability insurance and mediciare claims, in its account services department.