Jason Corwin enters his fourth year heading the Oregon Tech volleyball team and looks to improve on an 11 win season and get the Owls back into the postseason for the first time since the 2008 season.
Last season the Oregon Tech volleyball team tallied a respectable 8-5 non-conference mark but struggled in Cascade Conference action placing 9th in the league standings with a 3-15 record.
Corwin has experience at both the club and high school level where his teams have excelled. In both 2007 and 2008, Corwin co-coached with Didier Hemelsoet, where the duo led the 18 Webfoot Gold Juniors volleyball club, achieving a 3rd place CEVA finish in 2008. Corwin headed the 18 Webfoot Silver squad in 2009, where his team reached the Silver bracket in CEVA power league.
In both 2007 (with coach Hemelsoet) and 2009, Corwin led Thurston High School to two Midwestern League championships, while adding a 2nd place finish in 2008. Corwin has also led the Colts to three-consecutive 6th place finishes (2007, 2008 and 2009) at the Oregon State 5A volleyball tournament, while also named Midwestern League Coach of the Year after leading the Colts to an undefeated league record in 2009.
Corwin graduated from Western Oregon University in 1999 with a BA in History, while gaining his Master of Teaching degree from Pacific in 2004. Jason and his wife of 20 years, Katie, have two children, Haley (17) and Carson (12).