Jones College

Jones College Athletics
900 S Court St Ellisville, MS 39437
NJCAA Mississippi Southeast
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Dolores Deasley

Dolores Deasley enters her 14th season as head coach of the Jones College women's soccer program where she continues to take the program to new heights.

Deasley guided the Bobcats to their first-ever NJCAA Division II National Tournament appearance this past spring in Evans, Georgia, and two wins shy of a national title. Jones knocked off back-to-back Top 10 teams in Lake County and CCBC Essex to reach the national championship semifinals before falling to eventual national champion, Phoenix College.

Jones finished a condensed CoVID-19 season 14-3 with a dozen wins coming by shutout. The Bobcats, ranked No. 7 in the final NJCAA poll, outscored their opponents 58-7.

Deasley has compiled a fantastic record of 167-45-3 (.783) during her tenure as head coach and has guided Jones to five MACCC/Region 23 championships. JC has been a mainstay in the national polls as well, ranked as high as 7th.

Under Deasley's watch, dozens of players have received all-conference and all-region honors and six have earned NJCAA All-American recognition, including two-time selections Aimee Durn and Kelly Stubbington. In addition, 39 players have continued their careers at the four-year level, including a program-best nine off the 2019 roster.

Off the pitch, Deasley, a native of Drumkeen, Ireland, has taken the Bobcat soccer team on spring break trips to her home country in 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2018. The team and players travel, sightsee, take tours, learn more about the game and play Gaelic football.

Ranked 14th in the NJCAA to start the 2019 season, JC ended the year 12-7 overall, as south division co-champions and advanced to the MACCC Semifinals. Seven of the Bobcats' 12 wins came via shutout.

Jones posted a 14-3 record in 2018, winning the conference title on its home turf, 6-1, over Gulf Coast. They then whipped LSU Eunice 8-1 for the region title before falling in the NJCAA South District playoffs at No. 1 Tyler (Texas) 3-1. The Bobcats were ranked No. 10 in the final NJCAA Division I poll.

Jones was 10-3-1 and captured the conference/region crown in 2017. The Bobcats upset previously unbeaten and No. 16 rated Holmes, 3-2, in the title match. That earned them a berth in the NJCAA District H playoffs where they hosted and lost to No. 4 Eastern Florida, 4-0. JCJC ended the year 20th in the nation.

In 2016, the Bobcats notched a 15-2 record and won its third MACCC/Region 23 championship. Jones defeated Pearl River 6-1 in the semifinals and Holmes 6-1 in the tournament championship game. Jones traveled to Melbourne, Florida, to face Eastern Florida State College in the NJCAA District H playoffs where they fell 5-3. Jones ended the season rated No. 8 in the final NJCAA Division I regular season poll.

JCJC posted a 13-4 record, advanced to the MACCC/Region 23 championship game and was ranked as high as 18th during the 2015 season.

In 2014, Deasley led JCJC to a 16-1 record and an MACCC South Division crown. JCJC finished the season rated No. 19 in the NJCAA Division I poll and they were ranked as high as No. 7 at one point. The Bobcats fell in the MACCC/Region 23 Tournament semifinals to Pearl River, 4-2 on penalty kicks.

Deasley led JCJC to an MACCC/Region 23 championship and an NJCAA Tournament appearance in 2013. The Lady Bobcats ended the year with a 17-2 record, which was a school record for victories in a season.

The Bobcats captured the MACCC/Region 23 Tournament with a 6-0 victory over Pearl River and then hosted the NJCAA District H playoff game vs. Eastern Florida State College. It was the first time ever for an NJCAA soccer playoff game to be held at JCJC. EFSC defeated JCJC, 2-0. The Lady Bobcats were ranked No. 12 in the final NJCAA Division I poll and were ranked as high as No. 10 in the nation during the regular season.

Deasley led JCJC to 13-1-1 record and an MACCC South Division championship in 2012. Jones had a 12-game winning streak and was ranked as high as No. 13 in the NJCAA poll at one point. JCJC was 10-5 in 2011.

Deasley guided the Bobcats to a 15-3-1 record in 2010, south division championship and first-ever MACCC and Region 23 championship. JCJC defeated Itawamba, Hinds and Meridian by identical 1-0 scores. JCJC advanced to the finals of the NJCAA District E Tournament where they fell to top-ranked Tyler Junior College.

The Bobcats finished 7-7 in Deasley's first season in 2008. JC just missed out on the playoffs in her second season when they fell to Mississippi Gulf Coast in a penalty shootout in the season-finale. They ended the year 11-4.

Deasley was an assistant with the women's program in 2007.

Deasley received a BS degree in education from Hofstra University in 2004 and her master’s in sports management from Southern Mississippi, where she was an assistant coach for the Lady Eagles’ soccer team.

During her senior year at Hofstra, Deasley was named Female Student-Athlete of the Year, the Colonial Athletic Association’s Defensive Player of the Year, First team All-CAA, Third Team All-American and First Team All-Region by the National Soccer Association of American and Soccer Buzz magazine.

A member of the Irish National Team since 1999, Deasley has also played for the New York Magic, the Long Island Lady Riders and was a Women’s Premier Soccer League national champion with the Long Island Fury.

Deasley is the daughter of William and Bridget Deasley and has five brothers and four sisters.

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Tori Brook

Tori Brook returns for a fourth season as an assistant with the Jones College women's soccer program.

The Bobcats have sported a combined 36-13-1 record in her three seasons with three south division championships and an MACCC/Region 23 Championship in 2017.

Jones made its first-ever appearance in the NJCAA Tournament in the spring of 2021, winning a pair of matches over Top 10 teams before falling to eventual national champion Phoenix College.

Brook is involved in all aspects of the women's soccer team, including recruiting, development and camps, alongside head coach Dolores Deasley.

In her three years, Jones has sent 15 players on to the four-year level, including a program-record nine in 2019.

The Leeds, England, native came to the United States in 2011 to play at the University of West Alabama under head coach Graeme Orr.

She graduated from UWA in 2015, served as a graduate assistant at Southern Miss from 2015-17 and earned her masters in sports management with an emphasis in event security management.

She also has acquired her US Soccer E License (Mississippi) and English Football Association Level I Coaching License.

Brook is the daughter of Mandy and Sean Brook and has a brother, Alex.

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