Coaches' Stories: Jamie Houle

Assistant Coach, Chico State


Jamie's Bio            Jamie's Journey            Jamie's Story 



Jamie Houle is in her second season as an assistant coach at Chico State, and her first as the head assistant. She stepped off the court and on to the sidelines in 2007 after an incredibly successful four-year playing career as a Wildcat from 2003-2006. Houle garnered honorable mention All-American, First Team All-Pacific Region, and First Team All-CCAA honors after leading her team to the NCAA Championship Tournament as a senior.

She ranks among Chico State's all-time top-10 in kills, kills per game, attempts, hitting percentage, service aces per game, block assists, total blocks, and games played, and holds the program record for career service aces at 136.

Houle completed her bachelor's degree in in commercial/community recreation and is now working on a master's degree in education in intercollegiate athletic leadership through the University of Washington.


Bio courtesy of Chico State Athletics' Web site



Jamie's Journey



Jamie's Story


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