Jaime Sellers returns for her third season as an assistant coach under Amy Bokker. Sellers helped Stanford back to the NCAA tournament in 2010 after defeating Denver to win the MPSF tournament title and then knocking off Massachusetts in the NCAA play-in game.
Sellers graduated from William and Mary in 2008 after a 66-goal season that was good enough to break a school single-season record that had stood for more than 30 years. The All-Colonial Athletic Association first-team midfield player handles the defense and scouting as her main coaching responsibilities.
During 2008, Sellers scored three goals against Stanford and three against Bokker and McKenzie's George Mason team. Over her career, Sellers scored 108 goals and had 19 assists for 127 points.
The native of Kennebunk, Maine, led the Tribe in six categories as a senior (goals, points, draw controls, shots, free position goals, shots on goal) and scored five game-winning goals, while earning All-South Region second-team honors.