Jamie Sallie
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Jamie Sallie
Assistant Women's Soccer Coach
jsallie@edinboro.edu
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

Division 2


Sallie is now in her 11th season as an assistant coach for the Fighting Scots. She has played an integral role assisting head coach Gary Kagiavas with the programs success during that period. Edinboro has made the PSAC Playoffs seven times in her ten seasons, and the Fighting Scots have won 10-or-more matches seven times. In fact, in 2012 she served as interim head coach for the final seven games of the season after Kagiavas was injured in an automobile accident. She would guide the Fighting Scots to a 4-1-2 record as they reached the PSAC Playoffs and the NCAA Tournament. As a senior, Sallie, then Jamie Tekotte, set school records for goals scored (21) and points (48) in a season. She was a first team All-Northeast Region and All-PSAC selection. In addition, she ranked second in the PSAC in points, points per game, goals, and goals per game, and was 13th in Division II in goals per game and 15th in points per game. Sallie concluded her career ranked first in goals scored (37) and second in career points (85) despite playing just three seasons for the Fighting Scots. She played at Central Michigan as a freshman. This past April she became the first womens soccer player inducted into the Edinboro Athletic Hall of Fame. A former standout at nearby McDowell High School, she was also a first team All-PSAC choice and second team All-Region selection in 2001. Sallie graduated in 2005 with a degree in Sports Administration. She also serves as a coach for MSA/Erie Premier Sports. She holds coaching licenses in USSF C, NSCAA Youth National and NSCAA National. Sallie was married to husband Paul in the fall of 2007. The couple resides in McKean, Pa. with their daughter Brianna, born December 22, 2014.  


Jamie Sallie
Assistant Women's Soccer Coach




11th Year Edinboro 05 After concluding a brilliant career at Edinboro University with a record-breaking season as a senior in 2003, Jamie Sallie is now in her 11th season as an assistant coach for the Fighting Scots. She has played an integral role assisting head coach Gary Kagiavas with the programs success during that period. Edinboro has made the PSAC Playoffs seven times in her ten seasons, and the Fighting Scots have won 10-or-more matches seven times. In fact, in 2012 she served as interim head coach for the final seven games of the season after Kagiavas was injured in an automobile accident. She would guide the Fighting Scots to a 4-1-2 record as they reached the PSAC Playoffs and the NCAA Tournament. As a senior, Sallie, then Jamie Tekotte, set school records for goals scored (21) and points (48) in a season. She was a first team All-Northeast Region and All-PSAC selection. In addition, she ranked second in the PSAC in points, points per game, goals, and goals per game, and was 13th in Division II in goals per game and 15th in points per game. Sallie concluded her career ranked first in goals scored (37) and second in career points (85) despite playing just three seasons for the Fighting Scots. She played at Central Michigan as a freshman. This past April she became the first womens soccer player inducted into the Edinboro Athletic Hall of Fame. A former standout at nearby McDowell High School, she was also a first team All-PSAC choice and second team All-Region selection in 2001. Sallie graduated in 2005 with a degree in Sports Administration. She also serves as a coach for MSA/Erie Premier Sports. She holds coaching licenses in USSF C, NSCAA Youth National and NSCAA National. Sallie was married to husband Paul in the fall of 2007. The couple resides in McKean, Pa. with their daughter Brianna, born December 22, 2014.