Jacqueline Williams is in her 2nd year as an coach with the Aggies and assists head coach Anna Temple in all areas of the Aggie program. She joined UC Davis after four years as a member of Cal's team from 2009-13 where she played in both the Pac-12 Championships and NCAA Regional her final two seasons.
Williams started her career with the Bears by earning the team's Most Improved Award and Founder's Award while playing in five tournaments. She repeatded Founder's Award honors as a sophomore. Williams started her junior season by playing in a pair of fall tournaments before joining the lineup on a regular basis in the spring. She had a 4-under 68 at the Pacific Intercollegiate at Half Moon Bay, co-hosted by UC Davis that spring. Williams eventually tied for 14th.
She played in 10 tournaments in 2012-13, tying for second at the Washington State Cougar Invitational in the fall for her best finish. She was also T-17th at the Peg Barnard Invitational where Williams posted a season-low 71 in the first round.
Williams, who graduated from Loretto High School in Sacramento, graduated in 2013 with her degree in psychology.
Aggies continue fall schedule in the Pacific Northwest
Aggies finish 14th at Windy City Collegiate Classic
Wood, Hutchison post lowest individual rounds at WCCC
Aggies head to Chicagoland for upcoming tournament
Hutchison, Kim lead the way
at East-West Match Play
UC Davis defeats Nebraska in thrilling showdown
Aggies head to Wisconsin for
East-West Match Play