Brittany Jones is now in her second year at Florida Southern after being hired in February of 2012 as the third head coach in the program’s history. She came to Florida Southern from Stetson University in DeLand, Florida where she spent the previous nine seasons as a player and assistant coach.

In her first season at Florida Southern as the only first-year head coach in the Sunshine State Conference, Jones guided the Moccasins to a 6-8-4 overall record and a 3-3-2 mark in the SSC. That record came against a schedule that was the most difficult in the SSC from start to finish. It included a conference-high eight games against teams that qualified for the NCAA Division II Tournament, nine games against teams that reached double-digit wins (second only to Rollins), five against teams that were nationally ranked at the time they played, and two others against teams that finished in the top-25, including 2012 national champion West Florida. Their combined regular season opponents’ winning percentage of .594 was not only the highest in the Sunshine State Conference, it was the highest of any team in the South Region.