Head coach Greg Ulland returns to the University of Jamestown for a sixth year. With Ulland at the helm, the Jimmies have won 128 games in just five seasons. Success in his five seasons incude four conference championships, three National Tournament Sweet 16 appearances, and an Elite 8 appearance.
Prior to coming to UJ, he spent four seasons as an assistant coach at the University of North Dakota, working primarily with the wing players. He also served as the UND's recruiting coordinator.
Before coaching at UND, he spent one season (2006) as an assistant women's basketball coach at Mayville State University. Ulland also served as a graduate assistant with the UND football program during the 2003 and 2004 seasons. Prior to his stint with the UND football program, Ulland was an assistant women's basketball coach at the University of Mary for one season (2003) and Jamestown College in 2000-2002.
A native of Strasburg, N.D., Ulland received his bachelor's degree in Physical Education with teaching and coaching credentials from Jamestown College in 2001. He also earned a master's degree in Kinesiology from UND in 2005.
Ulland's family includes his wife, Brandie, and their daughters, Mea, and Harper.
Originally from Argyle, MN, Andrew joined the Women's Basketball staff in August 2010.
He attended the University of North Dakota, where he graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science.
He currently resides in Jamestown with his wife Angela.