Jaguar Coaching Staff
4 seasons at Flower Mound
13 overall as a head coach
Jamie Siegel has now completed four seasons as head coach of the Jaguars, and continues to boast one of the most impressive coaching resumes in Texas high school volleyball. Siegel has earned nine District Coach of the Year honors (at three different schools), and was named 2018 USA Today National Coach of the Year after leading Flower Mound to its first 6A State Championship. Her four-year record at FMHS is 142-19, including 14-3 in postseason.
Before coming to Flower Mound prior to the 2018 season, Siegel spent six years as head coach at Colleyville Heritage (2009-14), followed by three years at Keller (2015-17). In 13 seasons overall, her career record is 434-122 and she has reached the State Playoffs in each campaign.
During her career, she has coached numerous players who went on to play collegiately, including six All-Americans at Flower Mound, a group highlighted by the only three-time All-American in school history, Kaylee Cox.
Originally from Bedford, Texas, Siegel also starred as a Division I setter at Austin Peay State University, still ranking fourth in career assists in school history. She led the team in that category three straight seasons (2002-04) and her career average of 10.60 assists per set is second-best in school history.
In addition to her coaching duties, Siegel is a health teacher at FMHS. She and her husband, Brian, the PA announcer for Jaguar Volleyball, live in Highland Village with their son, Steele.