Massasoit Community College Welcomes Interim Athletics Director Julie Mulvey
Mulvey, Massasoit AD from 2008-2020 and a UMass Hall of Famer, will Lead Warriors Athletics During Search for Permanent AD

BROCKTON, Mass (Oct. 27, 2022) – Massasoit Community College, is pleased to welcome back Julie Mulvey, who will serve as the interim director of athletics while the College completes its search for a permanent athletics director. No stranger to Massasoit, Mulvey has been a part of the Warriors community for more than 40 years, serving as assistant athletics director, women’s basketball head coach, women’s volleyball coach, and director of student life (1995-2008) prior to being named athletics director in the spring of 2008. She retired as Massasoit’s director of athletics in 2020.

During Mulvey’s time as athletics director, the Warriors student-athletes showcased great success in the classroom and on playing field. In total, the Warriors have captured 14 Region XXI Championships and reached the NJCAA National Championships in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s track & field, and golf. When student-athletes leave Massasoit, they are prepared to begin their careers or transfer to a four-year institution.

“As we conduct a thorough search for a permanent athletics director, we could not think of a better leader than Julie to help ensure that our student-athletes have the support they need succeed in their academic work and win big,” said Ray DiPasquale, President of Massasoit Community College. “Her drive, skill, professionalism, and familiarity with the Massasoit community is a critical asset for the College and Warriors athletics.”

Mulvey first came to Massasoit in 1981 as the women’s basketball coach after a standout four-year career at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. While at UMass, Mulvey played for the Minutemen from 1978-81, earning All-American accolades her senior season. She still ranks in the top-10 in several statistical categories including eighth in scoring, totaling 1,406 points. She was inducted as part of the UMass Athletics Hall of Fame 2013 Class for her excellence as a student-athlete.

Mulvey earned her bachelor’s degree in 1982 from UMass-Amherst and later completed her master’s degree at Bridgewater State College in physical education with a concentration in human performance.


About Massasoit Community College

Founded in 1966, Massasoit Community College offers students from southeastern Massachusetts and beyond access to more than 60 associate degree and certificate programs across arts, sciences, applied sciences, healthcare, and technology at locations in Brockton, Canton, Middleborough,​ and online. More than 900 students graduate with a degree or certificate each year from Massasoit, and 2,600 students annually enroll in non-credit community education or workforce development courses. Massasoit students are given access to wraparound services provided on campus to support their success inside and outside the classroom. For more information, visit

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