Jasmine Ayse

Jasmine Ayse

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SUNSHINE

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Jasmine Ayse

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Educational Background

  • Graduated with a BA in Psychology at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.

Player Experience

  • Played volleyball for Highlands Ranch High School (Highlands Ranch, Colorado).
  • Named the Under Armour Phenom List in 2013 and 2014.
  • Named the first team All-Conference.
  • Named the league’s MVP in her senior year.
  • Received Colorado All-State honors and was a MaxPreps All-Colorado Honorable Mention.
  • Played for the Front Range Volleyball Club in Englewood, CO.
  • Winning numerous All-Tournament team honors.
  • Competed with the USA Volleyball High Performance Team.

Coaching Experience

  • Coached Sierra Canyon Middle School volleyball team

Coaching Philosophy

Jasmine’s coaching philosophy is centered on the principles of Servant Leadership. She believes in leading by example, being willing to do anything that you ask your team to do. When your team members see that you are willing to put in the same amount of work and effort they do, it helps motivate them to engage in their work and the team.

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Jasmine Ayse played volleyball for Highlands Ranch High School (Highlands Ranch, Colorado). She was named to the Under Armour Phenom List in 2013 and 2014, as well as being named to the first team all-conference. Jasmine was named the league’s MVP in her senior year, finishing the season with 378 kills.

That same year she received Colorado All-State honors and was a MaxPreps All-Colorado Honorable Mention. Jasmine also played for the Front Range Volleyball Club in Englewood, CO, winning numerous all-tournament team honors. She competed with the USA Volleyball High Performance Team.

Jasmine received a full athletic scholarship to play volleyball with her sister, Melissa Evans, at North Carolina State University in Raleigh; she graduated with a BA in Psychology.

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She is currently coaching the Sierra Canyon Middle School volleyball team. This will be her first year with the Sunshine Volleyball Club.

Jasmine’s coaching philosophy is centered on the principles of Servant Leadership. She believes in leading by example, being willing to do anything that you ask your team to do. When your team members see that you are willing to put in the same amount of work and effort they do, it helps motivate them to engage in their work and the team.

She loves the relationship building that goes on with the team members. She want to motivate the players to be their best and to do their best.

Jasmine enjoys both the active and quiet sides of life; frequently you can find her in the gym or out walking but she also loves a good book and a cup of dirty chai (with oat milk).

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“All the physical comes from the mental.”
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