Jessica Hulsebosch enters her second year as the director of the Mean Green Club but has been a part of the Mean Green family for the last nine years.
Hulsebosch was a four-year volleyball letterwinner with the Mean Green from 2004-07. Following her playing career, she interned with the Mean Green Club (2008-09) and then served as an assistant coach with the volleyball team from 2009-10. She served as the coordinator of the Mean Green Club for two years before moving up to director of the Mean Green Club in June of 2012.
Hulsebosch spent four years rewriting the record books as the greatest defensive player in North Texas volleyball history. She finished her career in 2007 with 2,212 career digs, which ranks 18th in NCAA history. When it comes to defense, Hulsebosch owns the NT record books. She laid claim to the school records for single-match, season and career digs during her junior season. Her name is attached to seven of the top 10 single-match performances in NT history - including the five best - and she has a firm hold on the top three seasons as well .Hulsebosch, a multi-year captain in her playing days, helped bring the Mean Green a decade-high 23 wins and its first Sun Belt West Division title in 2006.
At North Texas, Hulsebosch's primary role is to oversee the annual fund, as well as contribute to increases in season ticket sales in football and men's/women's basketball. She will also oversee the Volunteer Representative Program.