JJVA 2024 College Coaches Training Camp

Each year our staff organizes a three-day event dedicated to the advancement of the development of all prospective student-athletes in our community. The goal of this camp is to provide athletes with access to learn about what training is like at the NCAA level. Each year we invite NCAA DI and DII coaches from around the state of Florida and the United States to run a training session similar to those that their NCAA athletes experience on a daily basis.

Camp Details


JUNE 8, 2024

Session 1: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Tulane University

Jordana Price – Head Coach

Session 2: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

University of Central Florida

Jenny Maurer – Head Coach

JUNE 9, 2024

Session 3: 9:00 AM – 12:00 AM

Georgia State University

Flavia Siqueira – Head Coach

Session 4: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

East Tennessee State University

 Emily Arnold, Assistant Coach


Open to All 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027, and 2028 Graduating Class Athletes



ALL 4 Sessions: JJVA member $320*, nonmember $400 | Open to any and all athletes

Per Session: JJVA member $100*, nonmember $120 | Open to any and all athletes

* Any and all athletes are able to purchase a membership through the EZfacility registration portal and/or MemberMe+ app at checkout

  • Athletes who register for this camp on Friday, June 8, 2024, or walk in to register may not receive a T-shirt.


Refund Policy, as required by the NCAA:

  • $100 non-refundable fee
  • No refunds can be issued for camper withdrawing once camp session starts
  • No refunds issued for missing part of camp. 
  • Camp credit cannot be issued in lieu of refund
  • Refunds will not be issued on or after: June 1, 2024.

Cancellations due to injury with medical documentation provided by a physician prior to the start of the camp session, stating that the camper is unable to participate will be refunded minus a $100 non-refundable fee.  There will be no partial refund for unscheduled cancellation of a camp session/day after the camp has started.

2024 Attending Schools & Coaches

Jordana Price

Tulane University – Head Coach (NCAA DI)

Price was hired as the 10th head coach of Tulane Volleyball in February of 2022.

Price comes to Tulane following five successful seasons in Tallahassee with Florida State University where she served as the associate head coach and recruiting coordinator.

In five seasons with FSU’s volleyball program, Price guided the Seminole middle blockers to top 25 marks in blocks per set.  She coached two standout hitters, Taryn Knuth and Emma Clothier, to top marks nationally in hitting percentages while helping her student-athletes earn five All-America honors. She served as the lead middle trainer and blocking coach for a 2019 squad that ended the season ranked second in the NCAA in blocks per set. As recruiting coordinator, Coach Price solidified a top 15 recruiting class in 2021.

One of Price’s most successful recruits was middle blocker Emma Clothier who earned All-ACC honors and was named an All-American in both 2020 and 2021. During Price’s time at FSU middle blockers Knuth (.549) and Clothier (.483) finished first and second in the country in hitting percentage, respectively.

In July 2021, Price participated in the inaugural USA Volleyball Training Series. She coached the U15/U16 class alongside 10 other college coaches in Anaheim, Calif. This training series specialized in several areas for the younger athletes to develop their game both physically and mentally. 

In 2019 Price served as the assistant coach of the U.S.A. Florida Region Girls International Select Team which went on to win the silver medal at the 2019 High Performance Championships. Later that year she assisted in coaching the Team U.S.A National Training Development Program.
Price landed a spot on the AVCA Thirty Under 30 list in 2018. She was recognized for her dedication to the sport and its community.

Prior to returning to FSU as a coach, Price served as an assistant coach at the University of South Alabama. During her two-year stint with the Jaguars from 2015 to 2017, she helped the team to its best finish in the Sun Belt Conference and its best start to the season, 7-1, in over three decades. She also helped coach the Jaguars to the highest team attacking percentage since 1987 and the most wins since 1994.

Price’s college coaching career started in 2012 at Valdosta State University where she served as a graduate assistant and interim head coach for three months. 

As a student-athlete at FSU, Price was a part of the 2009 ACC Championship team which finished in the Elite 8 after being seeded third in the NCAA tournament. She was ranked first in blocks and fourth in hitting percentage in the ACC during her career. She received the FSU Volleyball Most Influential Player award and was on the 2008 AVCA All-East Honorable Mention team. 
After her college career Price went on to play professionally as a middle blocker in the Professional Azerbaijan Super League for the Shirvan Club and in the Professional Switzerland LNA League for the Hotel Cristal Volleyball Franches-Montagnes. During this time, she competed against six U.S.A. Senior National team members, won the silver medal at the Swiss Volley Cup Final and claimed a fourth place LNA League finish. She ended her playing days in the Professional Premier Volleyball League with the Indiana Hoosier Exterminators. The team claimed a silver medal at the USA Volleyball Open National Championship in 2010 and a gold medal in 2012.

Price earned an associate’s degree in Liberal Arts from the College of Southern Idaho, a bachelor’s degree in Human Sciences with a Psychology Minor from Florida State University and a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Valdosta State University.

Jenny Maurer

University of Central Florida – Head Coach (NCAA DI)

Jenny Maurer, a key cog for the UCF volleyball program that has won the last five American Athletic Conference titles (regular season or tournament or both) and competed in the NCAA Championship each of those years, was named the Knights’ head coach on May 18, 2023.

In her first year as head coach, Maurer helped lead the Knights to a 5-0 start marking the second best start by a first year UCF head coach just behind Lucy McDaniel who went 7-0 in the inaugural season (1975). 

Maurer was the UCF associate head coach and recruiting coordinator for seven years after joining the Knights’ staff in January 2016—and her resume features nine years as an NCAA Division I head coach and 16 total years as a head coach. Her role at UCF has included overseeing recruiting efforts, serving as offensive coordinator and training the setters.

In seven seasons in Orlando, Maurer has helped the UCF attack maintain a season hitting percentage over. 250. The Knights posted five 20-win seasons, including a trip to the 2017 National Invitational Volleyball Championship, and the 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 NCAA tournaments with two second round appearances. Maurer has mentored AVCA All-American McKenna Melville and AVCA All-Region selections Kia Bright, Jale Hervey, and Anne-Mare Watson during her time in Orlando. She also helped guide Amber Olson to UCF’s first AAC Setter of the Year honor.

Maurer’s commitment to academics is exhibited by the volleyball team’s combined 3.64 grade-point average in the 2022 fall semester—best by any UCF team—followed by a 3.653 in the 2023 spring semester. Over the course of her seven seasons with the Knights, the volleyball program has achieved a combined 3.621 GPA (paced by a 3.7 in 2021-22) and twice had the top team GPA.  

Maurer joined the Knights after spending five seasons as the head volleyball coach at Bradley University, from 2011-2015. In her first three seasons at Bradley, she led the Braves to 34 wins, the program’s most victories in a three-year stretch since the 2005 season. In 2012, Maurer led Bradley to the first 5-0 start in program history, and in 2013, the Braves advanced to the Missouri Valley Tournament for the first time since 2005.

Prior to her stint in Peoria, she served as the head coach at Lehigh University (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania). During her four years with the Mountain Hawks (2007-10), Maurer improved her squad’s record each season and in 2009 coached Lehigh into the Patriot League Tournament for the first time since 2003. She improved her squad’s RPI by 130 spots during her four-year tenure.

Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Maurer (then Jenny Cafazza) was a four-year starter and two-time AVCA first-team All-America volleyball player (1997 and 1998) at Washington University in St. Louis. She was a three-time All-South and All-University Athletic Association first-team selection and the team leader in aces as a sophomore and digs as a junior and senior as a right-side hitter and setter. She helped the Bears to a combined 85-9 record during the 1995 and 1996 NCAA Division III title seasons. In 1997 Washington finished fourth nationally and in 1998 advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight.

She went on to earn a master’s degree in education from Lindenwood University (St. Charles, Missouri) in 2003. Maurer spent seven years coaching volleyball at St. Joseph’s Academy in St. Louis, three times taking the Angels to the championship game of the Missouri Class 3-4A state tournament and four times playing in the final four. She also played with USA Athletes International in Belgium and Holland in the summer of 1999.

Maurer has two children: son Hudson and daughter Chaney.

Jenny Maurer‘s Years at UCF
Year                 Overall             AAC (place)                  Postseason
2016                 23-10                13-7 (4th)                     —
2017                 20-14                12-8 (5th)                     NIVC Second Round
2018                 27-4                 18-0 (1st)                       NCAA First Round
2019                 25-8                 *14-2 (2nd/East Div.)     NCAA Second Round
2020                 16-2                 *8-0 (1st)                       NCAA First Round
2021                 27-7                 19-1 (1st)                       NCAA Second Round
2022                 28-2                 19-1 (1st)                       NCAA Second Round
*UCF also won AAC Tournament Championship

Flavia Siqueira

Georgia State University – Head Volleyball Coach (NCAA DI)

Flavia Siqueira was named the head coach of the Georgia State court volleyball program in March 2024. She comes to GSU after five seasons as the head coach at Auburn Montgomery and was previously a highly-successful head coach at the junior college level.

In 2023, Siqueira guided Auburn Montgomery, an NCAA Division II school, to a 24-9 mark, setting the program record for victories. AUM was ranked as high as No. 10 in the NCAA South Region rankings in 2023, the school’s first-ever appearance in the poll, and the Warhawks notched the program’s first-ever win over a ranked opponent, a 3-2 victory over then-No. 16 West Florida.

With a record of 81-59, including four winning seasons in five years at AUM, Siquera led the Warhawks to three consecutive appearances in the Gulf South Conference postseason tournament, reaching the semifinals the last two years.

She coached four AUM student-athletes to all-conference honors, and Kaleigh Fitzgerald earned the program’s first-ever AVCA All-Region nod in 2023.

“Accepting the challenge to enhance a volleyball program is not just about taking a job offer; it is about embracing the opportunity to transform lives,” Siqueira said. “I would like to thank Directors Charlie Cobb and Kelcey Roegiers along with the GSU athletic staff for their immediate support and enthusiasm about the volleyball program. I am looking forward to a great journey at Georgia State University.”

Kelcey Roegiers, Georgia State’s Senior Woman Administrator and volleyball supervisor, said of Siqueira, “After conducting a national search, Flavia rose to the top with her passion, attention to detail and winning attitude. I am thrilled to have Flavia as our next coach, as I know she will enhance this program and bring a winning culture.”

Siqueira went to Auburn Montgomery in January 2019 after two seasons as the top assistant coach at Lynn University. In her first season at the helm, she led the Warhawks to the first winning season in school history, first berth in the GSC postseason tournament and first postseason victory.

Before going to Lynn, Siqueira had tremendous success in the junior college ranks, compiling a record of 278-97 in nine seasons as a head coach in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). In 2009 she earned the ’30 Under 30’ Award from the American Volleyball Coaches Association, one of two coaches from two-year programs to garner the honor.

Siqueira served as the inaugural head coach of the College of Central Florida’s volleyball program in Ocala, Fla., from 2011-16. During her tenure, the Patriots went 188-59 overall and 47-3 in the Mid-Florida Conference. The program also claimed a FCSAA State Championship, two runner-up finishes and one NJCAA District P Championship.

For her efforts she was named the league’s Coach of the Year in each of her six seasons while winning the MFC Championship six years in a row. Known for her player development, Siqueira helped produce five NJCAA All-Americans, three Mid-Florida Conference Players of the Year, two FCSAA State Players of the Year and one NCJAA National Player of the Year during her time at CCF.

Before starting the program at CCF Siqueira spent three seasons as head coach at Northwest College in Powell, Wyo., where she led the Trappers to a 90-38 overall record. While at Northwest her squad won a regional championship while also earning a berth in the NJCAA National Tournament in 2009.

She served as the head coach of Team Florida of USA Volleyball High Performance Girls Select volleyball club, which won five consecutive national titles.

Siqueira began her coaching career in 2007 as the head coach at the University of the Southwest in Hobbs, N.M.

As a player, Siqueira was part of two top four national finishes at Western Nebraska Community College, where she earned All-Region and Academic All-American honors. She went on to become a NCAA Division II All-American at the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D., leading the program to its first ever national top-10 ranking.

A three-time All-Conference and All-Region selection in college, Siqueira played Confederation Volleyball in Brazil for Sao Paulo from 1997-1999 prior to her arrival in the U.S.

Siqueira graduated from the University of Mary with a B.S. in physical education with a minor in coaching before earning her master’s degree in college teaching.

Emily Arnold

East Tennessee State – Assistant Coach (NCAA DI)

Emily Arnold joined Head Coach Lindsey Devine’s coaching staff in February 2024. 

Arnold returns to Johnson City after playing for the Bucs from 2019 through the spring season in 2021. While at ETSU, Arnold was a six-time SoCon Setter of the Week and earned both SoCon All-Freshman Team and All-SoCon Second Team honors in 2019. She was also named the league’s Setter of the Month in October 2019. Arnold wrapped up her collegiate career at Bellarmine (2021-22) where she was a two-time Atlantic Sun Honor Roll recipient and led the team in assists in each season. Following her playing career, Arnold started her coaching career at the club level (17-2’s and 16-2’s). She helped coach and train athletes while serving in various roles with the club. Furthermore, she has assisted with summer camps and clinics, along with coaching at AAU events, while assisting in planning and training sessions.

A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Arnold had a decorated career both on and off the court at Sacred Heart Academy. She helped lead her team to a State Championship in 2016 and received an Under Armor All-American Honorable Mention in 2019. Off the court, she was an Academic All-State selection in both 2018 and 2019.