Tricia Carver
Tricia Carver
Title: Associate AD / SWA / Compliance
Phone: 207.326.2653
Previous College: University of Maine '05

Carver serves as Associate Athletic Director, Senior Woman Administrator and Director of Compliance. 

Carver is a proud member of the NACWAA and was selected to attend the 2015 NACWAA Women's Leadership Symposium in Baltimore, Maryland. Under her direction, Maine Maritime Athletics launched the inCommand Leadership initiative in the fall of 2015, a program that includes a One Team, One Voice Women's Retreat for all Maine Maritime female student-athletes.

In 2015, Carver helped the Athletic Department transition to the ACS compliance software and assisted with the transition to new recruiting software.

Carver, in her fifth season with Maine Maritime as the Head Volleyball Coach lead the team to their second-straight NAC Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance, compiling a 20-13 season record and a unblemished 7-0 record in conference play. In 2016, Carver earned ECAC Division III New England Coach of the Year honors as well as being named the NAC Coach of the Year in 2017 and 2016, and NAC Co-Coach of the Year in 2015. In her five seasons with MMA, the Mariners have posted a 94-60 overall record and an impressive 29-3 record in conference play.

Carver started volleyball summer camps in the summer of 2016, and is working with BOOM Volleyball to establish clinic and club volleyball in the Greater Bangor area.

Before coming to Maine Maritime Academy, Carver coached basketball and softball at the high school and middle school level. Carver also taught Spanish for three years and has been a Children and Youth Ministry Coordinator since 2008.

Carver played volleyball at the University of Maine, where she majored in Secondary Education and Spanish. She received her Master's Degree at the Bangor Theological Seminary.

In high school, Carver was a three-sport standout at Jonesport-Beals High School in volleyball, basketball and softball. She helped lead her team to state championships in volleyball in 1998-2000 and basketball in 2000.