Jim Feeley returned as head volleyball coach for the 2005 season. Feeley had been an assistant volleyball coach in 2003 and 2004. Feeley was head volleyball coach at Suffolk for three seasons, 2000-2002. A native of Medford, MA, Feeley joined Suffolk after serving as head volleyball and softball coach at Arlington High School.
Keri Lemasters enters her second season as assistant volleyball coach. She is also Suffolk's head softball coach and Senior Women's Administrator.
A 1999 graduate of Michigan State University, Lemasters earned All-America softball honors with the Spartans in 1996 and was a four-year all-Big Ten Conference and Great Lakes Region performer. Keri set Michigan State single season and career records for hits, doubles, triples, extra base hits and runs scored while starting every game at either second base or shortstop during her time in East Lansing, and she was a member of the United States national team that won the silver medal at Superball ’97 in Columbus, Ga. Lemasters was a member of the gold medal squad at the 1997 USA Softball National Team Festival in Midland, Mich., and she was also a member of the United States National Women’s Baseball team for six years, helping the squad take gold medal accolades at both the World Cup ’04 in Edmonton, Alta. and World Cup ’06 in Taiwan. Voted as the Best Defensive Player in the 2004 event, Lemasters was the starting shortstop in the International World Series of Women’s Baseball in Florida, Australia and Japan and played professionally in the Women’s Professional Fast Pitch League for the Durham (N.C.) Dragons in 1999.
A collegiate camp instructor at both Michigan State and UCLA, Lemasters also served as the lead instructor for two years for the Malden (Mass.) Little League Softball Camp in 2004 and 2005. Her professional experience outside of intercollegiate athletics includes a three-year tenure as a police officer in Raleigh, N.C. and a four-year stint as Grant Administrator at Massachusetts General Hospital.