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Josselyn Jones

Mountain Peak Elite Coach

Eight Years Coaching Experience

IG: jossjones_

HOME LIFE: Joss grew up in Smithfield and played volleyball at Sky View High School. She was recruited by several colleges and chose to pursue her collegiate volleyball career at Utah State University. There she met Isaiah, who played on the USU football team. After college, in 2014, they got married in Park City. They currently live in Logan while he finishes up his PhD in Education. Joss works as a nurse on the medical unit at Logan Regional Hospital.

EDUCATION: Joss graduated in 2011 from USU with a bachelors degree in Exercise Science. After that, she transferred to University of Utah and graduated summa cum laude with a second bachelors degree in Nursing.


VOLLEYBALL CAREER: Joss earned 1st Team All-State her junior and seniors years playing for Sky View High School. Additionally, she was selected as All-Valley Player of the Year her junior and senior years. Joss earned Region 5 MVP her senior year and her team was the Region 5 champions. While playing for Utah State University, Joss was selected as 1st Team All-Conference in 2012. Her team beat Hawaii in 2010 for the WAC Championship and won the WAC again in 2012. Josselyn was also recognized during her career for highest hitting percentage in a match as well as her dominance as a blocker.

COACHING CAREER: Joss started coaching for Mtn West while she was in college at USU. She coached several camps with Grayson during the summers throughout school. In 2013 and 2014, she spent two summers coaching with Gold Medal Squared traveling around the country. Since then, she's coached club and helped out with local clinics and camps.

WHY I COACH: "I like interacting with players and giving back to the volleyball community that gave so much to me when I was playing."


FAVORITE QUOTE: "Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It's an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It's a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing." - Muhammad Ali

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