Chelsey Chamberlain
Position: Assistant Director of Communications
Hometown: Grants Pass, Ore.
Alma Mater: Pacific University ('12)

Chelsey Chamberlain is in her second season with New Mexico Athletics as the Assistant Director of Communications. She is responsible for the day-to-day operations for the women's basketball and softball programs. 

Chamberlain spent her first year in the Lobo Athletics department handling volleyball and softball before transitioning over to women's basketball in June 2015. She also oversaw all of the department's social media platforms during that year. 

She started her SID career under former CoSIDA Board of Directors member Blake Timm at Pacific University, a small Division III school in Forest Grove, Ore. She served as the primary contact for nine sports, including men’s and women’s soccer, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s swimming, softball and women’s tennis. Aside from updating Pacific’s social media outlets, such as Facebook and Twitter, she also developed the Instagram platform for the Boxers.

Chamberlain graduated with a bachelor’s of arts in literature from Pacific University in 2012. During her four years as an undergraduate she worked in the Sports Information office, under Timm, as an office assistant and statistician for football, volleyball and basketball.

While working towards her literature degree and working in the Sports Information office, Chamberlain was also a four-year member of the Pacific softball team. She became one of the most decorated players in Pacific softball history and one of the program’s top sluggers. Chamberlain ended her career as a four-time First Team All-Northwest Conference selection and a three-time NFCA All-West Region selection.

Chamberlain holds Pacific's single season home run record (13), career home run record (44), and single season RBI record (63). Not only did Chamberlain hit the long ball, she also pitched during her four years, holding a 29-25 record. Chamberlain was selected as Pacific’s Outstanding Senior Athlete in 2012.

Born and raised in Grants Pass, Ore., Chamberlain won the softball state championship in 2008 for Grants Pass High School, knocking in the winning hit, which went down as the first softball state championship in school history. Chamberlain resides in Albuquerque.