Jason Burr

last updated 3/23/2018

Jason L. Burr

Head Coach at Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Location:
600 West Main Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States
HQ Phone:
(260) 461-8500

General Information

Experience

Head Coach - IPFW

Head Women's Soccer Coach - Indiana University

Head Coach - Illinois Women's Soccer League

Assistant Coach - Illinois State University

Head Coach - Clarksville Academy

Head Women's Soccer Coach - Benedictine University

Assistant Women's Soccer Coach - Northern Illinois FC

Women's Soccer Coach - Thomas More College

Team Captain - Mid-Continent University

Assistant Director of Coaching - Central Illinois Select Soccer Club

Staff Coach - Ohio South Olympic Development Program

Education

Austin Peay State University

Affiliations

Member of the NAIA National Championship Team - Lindsey Wilson College

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Fort Wayne Mastodons Athletics - Staff Directory

Jason Burr
Head Coach burrj@ipfw.edu (260) 481-0132

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Fort Wayne Mastodons Athletics - Staff Directory

Jason Burr
Fort Wayne Mastodons Athletics - Staff Directory Jason Burr Web Headshot Jason Burr Head Coach Phone: (260) 481-0132 Email: burrj@ipfw.edu Jason Burr begins his fourth season as head coach of the Fort Wayne women's soccer program. In his first three seasons at Fort Wayne, Burr led the Mastodons to a record of 2-14-2 in 2014, 4-13-2 in 2015 and 3-14-2 in 2016. Before taking over the helm at Fort Wayne , Jason was the head coach at Benedictine University in Lisle, Ill., where he directed the program from 2012-14. Prior to taking over the Benedictine program he was an assistant coach and later interim head coach at Northern Illinois University, where he helped lead the program to a record 13-match unbeaten streak. Also in his four years with the Huskies, he helped mentor Lindsey Curnock, who set the Mid-American Conference (MAC) career shutout record with 28. A hallmark of each of his programs is Burr's has promotion of a strong academic approach, evidenced by his Benedictine team earning the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award, in addition to the NSCAA College Ethics and Sportsmanship Award. At Northern Illinois, five players earned College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District honors, and the team had a 3.0 grade point average or better in seven consecutive semesters. Burr spent the 2007 season at Arkansas State where he helped lead the program to a 50-point jump in the RPI over just one season while also tying for the third-most single-season victories in program history. He was an assistant coach at Illinois State during the 2006 season, advancing to the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament, as three of his recruits with the Cardinals ended their careers with at least one NSCAA All-Region honor. He was the head men's and women's soccer coach at Thomas More College from 2003-2005, leading the Saints to a combined overall record of 42-9-6, helping the team to a 2005 President's Athletic Conference Championship, and a 2003 NCAA Division III Tournament berth. Burr was the men's soccer assistant coach at Western Kentucky University for the 2002 season. A graduate of Austin Peay in 2001 with a degree in history, Burr holds a United States Soccer Federation National "B" License, and has also worked with the Northern Illinois Football Club (2010-12) and the Olympic Development Program (Region II) in DeKalb, Ill.

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Fort Wayne Mastodons Athletics - Staff Directory

Jason Burr
Fort Wayne Mastodons Athletics - Staff Directory Jason Burr Web Headshot Jason Burr Head Coach Phone: (260) 481-0132 Email: burrj@ipfw.edu Jason Burr begins his fourth season as head coach of the Fort Wayne women's soccer program. In his first three seasons at Fort Wayne, Burr led the Mastodons to a record of 2-14-2 in 2014, 4-13-2 in 2015 and 3-14-2 in 2016. Before taking over the helm at Fort Wayne, Jason was the head coach at Benedictine University in Lisle, Ill., where he directed the program from 2012-14. Prior to taking over the Benedictine program he was an assistant coach and later interim head coach at Northern Illinois University, where he helped lead the program to a record 13-match unbeaten streak. Also in his four years with the Huskies, he helped mentor Lindsey Curnock, who set the Mid-American Conference (MAC) career shutout record with 28. A hallmark of each of his programs is Burr's has promotion of a strong academic approach, evidenced by his Benedictine team earning the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award, in addition to the NSCAA College Ethics and Sportsmanship Award. At Northern Illinois, five players earned College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District honors, and the team had a 3.0 grade point average or better in seven consecutive semesters. Burr spent the 2007 season at Arkansas State where he helped lead the program to a 50-point jump in the RPI over just one season while also tying for the third-most single-season victories in program history. He was an assistant coach at Illinois State during the 2006 season, advancing to the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament, as three of his recruits with the Cardinals ended their careers with at least one NSCAA All-Region honor. He was the head men's and women's soccer coach at Thomas More College from 2003-2005, leading the Saints to a combined overall record of 42-9-6, helping the team to a 2005 President's Athletic Conference Championship, and a 2003 NCAA Division III Tournament berth. Burr was the men's soccer assistant coach at Western Kentucky University for the 2002 season. A graduate of Austin Peay in 2001 with a degree in history, Burr holds a United States Soccer Federation National "B" License, and has also worked with the Northern Illinois Football Club (2010-12) and the Olympic Development Program (Region II) in DeKalb, Ill.

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