Jason Beaulieu joined the UNC strength and conditioning staff in 2010 and works primarily with the women's basketball team. A 1996 graduate of the University of Delaware, Beaulieu spent five years at his alma mater, and served as head strength and conditioning coach there. At UNC, he works with men's golf and assists men's basketball in addition to coordinating women's basketball.
A native of West Chester, Pa., Beaulieu was a four-year letterman as a midfielder for the Delaware men's lacrosse team from 1993-96, serving as co-captain as a senior. He led the nationally-ranked Blue Hens to North Atlantic Conference titles in 1993 and 1994.
Beaulieu earned his degree in physical education studies with a concentration in strength and conditioning from Delaware in 1996, serving as assistant strength and conditioning coach for the UD Ice Skating Science Development as a student, designing strength and conditioning programs for Olympic and elite figure skaters and for the UD club ice hockey team.
He also served as a strength and conditioning consultant at Delaware from 1996-98 and served as supervisor of events for the UD football program in the fall of 1997.
He left Delaware to become director of strength and conditioning and upper school physical education program at St. Stephens and St. Agnes School in Alexandria, Va., serving from 1998-2001. While at St. Stephens and St. Agnes, Beaulieu coordinated strength and conditioning programs for all the school's athletic teams and also served as assistant coach for the boys' varsity lacrosse team.
After three years at St. Stephens and St. Agnes, Beaulieu returned to college athletics and served as associate director of strength and conditioning at the University of Kansas for two years until August, 2003. While at KU, he implemented strength and conditioning programs for the Jayhawk football, track and field, and women's rowing teams and also worked closely with men's basketball, volleyball, swimming and diving, women's soccer and tennis.
Beaulieu also supervised the Kansas Strength and Conditioning Intern Program and worked with the sports medicine staff in rehabilitation of injured athletes. In April, 2003, he served as assistant director of the Jayhawk Iron Football Speed and Strength Camp, instructing high school football players and coaches on skills to train safely and effectively.
Beaulieu left college athletics to become director of sports performance at Velocity Sports Performance in Baltimore, Md., for one year before moving to the company's Alexandria, Va., training facility as director of athlete development and co-owner in June, 2004.
Beaulieu and his wife Kathleen (Kittila) have a son, Matthew.