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  Jamie Rosser

Jamie Rosser

Player Profile

Memphis, Tenn.

Assistant Coach

Second Year

Alma Mater:
Arkansas State, 2001

Jamie Rosser is in his second year as an assistant coach at Southeast Missouri State.

Rosser is in charge of scouting and academic performance. He also serves as the Redhawks co-recruiting coordinator and helps coach the Southeast guards.

A native of Memphis, Tenn., Rosser played guard from 1999-2001 under Dickey Nutt at Arkansas State.

He averaged 9.5 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game in 58 career games with the Red Wolves. Rosser also averaged 11.4 points per contest as a senior in 2000-01.

Rosser spent two years as head girls basketball coach at Overton High School in Memphis. He guided Overton to a District championship in 2009. The Lady Wolverines were also City and Regional runner-ups that year. Rosser, who earned Coach-of-the-Year honors in both 2008 and 2009 was set to coach Overton's boys and girls teams before accepting his first Division I coaching job at Southeast Missouri State.

Rosser was the starting point guard as a prep at Overton High School. He started his college basketball playing career at Northwest Community College, where he was rated as the top junior college point guard in the nation. Rosser transferred to Arkansas State in 1999-2000 and later played one year of professional basketball in Lithuania.

In addition, Rosser coached the Memphis Magic AAU team for 16 and 17-year old players. He guided the Magic to a 17-7 record that season.

A 2001 graduate of Arkansas State, Rosser is currently working on a Master's in Education from Grand Canyon University.

Rosser and his wife, Crystal, have one daughter, Jada (8).


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