Jayme Gergen is in her third season at Ohio State. She assists in all aspects of the game including: middle hitter training, blocking, travel, co-directing camps and clinics and overseeing community outreach programs. Prior to Ohio State, Gergen was an assistant coach for five years at Virginia Tech.
Gergen, a 2005 Georgia Tech graduate, helped guide the Yellow Jackets to four-straight NCAA Tournament appearances, three Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season titles and one ACC Tournament Championship.
A middle hitter in college, Gergen was a 2004 AVCA honorable mention All-American, a first-team All-ACC honoree, an Academic All-District selection and an AVCA East Region honoree. She was named Georgia Tech's Most Improved Player following the 2002 season and earned the Coaches' Award after the 2003 season.
As a senior in 2004, she ranked first in the ACC and 11th in the nation in hitting percentage (.393). She finished her career ranked second on the Georgia Tech career hitting percentage list (.353), and was fifth for both career block assists (426) and total blocks (473). She was also fourth on the career blocks per game list (1.18).
Gergen was a dean's list student who graduated with a degree in psychology. She was named to the ACC Honor Roll in 2001, '02 and '03.
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