|Title:||Head Women's Basketball Coach|
Jackie Craft came Sage in the summer of 2005 as the Head Coach Women's Basketball Coach.
Twice during her tenure the program has garnered the Skyline Conference Team Sportsmanship award. During her tenure at Sage, she has also served as the Sports Information Director from 2005 until the summer of 2009.
Prior to coming to Sage, she was an Assistant Coach at Tompkins County Community College for the 2004-2005 season. At the completion of the season she was named the second Head Coach in Tompkins Cortland Community College history. She was also a Head Coach for the Upstate Ladies AAU program.
A 2004 graduate of Oswego State University, she received her bachelor of science degree in wellness management with a minor in health Ssience. While at Oswego, Craft was a three-year letterwinner and served as team captain during her senior year. In her senior year, 2003-2004, the Lakers rewrote the team record books, several of which still stand. She is still ranked among the leaders for all-time scoring. Craft is ranked fourth for career 3-point field goals made, fifth for 3-point field goals made in a single season, and third for free throw percentage in a single season.
In June of 2011, she garnered the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA) Judith M. Sweet Commitment award. In addition to her administrative duties, she coached a struggling women’s basketball program to the playoffs in just a few short years. Last fall, Craft volunteered to coach a sport she had never played or coached before, inheriting a lacrosse team of just four returning players. When the season began in February, she had a roster of 19 players ready to compete. By season's end, the 2011 women's lacrosse at Sage had captured the Skyline Conference Sportsmanship Award in the sport.