Julie Mulvey posing at the Dec. 13 Julie Mulvey Court Dedication
Massasoit Interim Athletics Director Julie Mulvey after the unveiling of the Julie Mulvey Court at Massasoit Community College’s Peter Asiaf Field House in Brockton on Dec. 13, 2022. Photo: Terrence Adderley


BROCKTON, Mass (Dec. 19, 2022) – Massasoit Community College dedicated the Julie Mulvey Court on Dec. 13 during a ceremony in the College’s Peter Asiaf Field House. The court recognizes Mulvey’s generosity and 40-year career at the College.

“Few individuals have had as much of a lasting impact on Massasoit student-athletes as Julie Mulvey,” said Ray DiPasquale, President of Massasoit Community College. “It’s our honor to name our main indoor athletic space in recognition of Julie’s service and the generous support she has given to Warriors Athletics.”

Mulvey currently serves as interim athletics director, having previously held the permanent position from 2008 until her retirement in 2020. Throughout her 40 years of service at Massasoit, Mulvey held many positions, including women’s basketball coach, women’s volleyball coach, assistant athletics director, and director of student life (1995-2008).

“I am very humbled, yet appreciative of this tribute,” said Mulvey. “Throughout the years, it has been an honor and a privilege to work with the students at Massasoit Community College.”

During the dedication ceremony, the 60 guests in attendance, which included Mulvey’s children and grandchildren, heard about Mulvey’s career and life story. Remarks were made by Massasoit Vice President for Administration and CFO William Mitchell and two Massasoit Athletics Hall of Famers –Tom Frizzell, a Massasoit coaching legend and professor, and Julie Beckward, a longtime Massasoit Athletics staff member and student-athlete under then-Coach Mulvey.

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 massasoit.edu.