Coach Judy Blinstrub

Babson’s most victorious coach empowers female athletes

Judy Blinstrub

When it comes to Babson Athletics, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more respected leader than Judy Blinstrub, one of the most successful coaches in college history. In leading both the women’s basketball and soccer teams, she has recorded more wins than any other coach in school history. In basketball, Coach Blinstrub entered the 2018–2019 season having led the Beavers to 623 wins, 10 conference championships, eight ECAC Tournament bids, and 10 NCAA Tournament appearances over 34 seasons (and counting!). She is the only women’s coach in NCAA Division III history with at least 200 wins in soccer and 600 victories in basketball. A member of the Northeast Women’s Hall of Fame, as well as the Athletics Hall of Fame at her alma mater Bridgewater State, Coach Blinstrub positively influences countless student-athletes as Babson’s senior woman administrator and associate director of athletics. In recognition of her commitment to the College and its students, she was awarded Babson’s Carpenter Prize in 2012, and inducted into the Babson Athletics Hall of Fame in 2011.