Jason Jorgensen
 Jason Jorgensen
Position:
Assistant Coach


In second year as assistant coach at Western and in ninth season as head boys soccer coach at Mount Baker High School ... Also assistant girls soccer coach for Mountaineers for four seasons ... Prior to that, played club soccer for two years, doubling as assistant for one, at Hawaii Pacific University ... All-league performer for Sea Warriors in 2003-04 ... While competing at HPU, earned degree in business management and finance ... Also competed at Trinity Western University in British Columbia, Canada, while earning degree in business leadership ... All-Canadian selection as sophomore, leading league in scoring with 16 goals to earn province's top forward award, and was twice all-provincial choice ... Team captain all four years for Spartans, helping them to bronze and silver-medal winning performances at regionals ... Team MVP as sophomore in 1999-2000 and Rookie of the Year as freshman in 1998-99 ... Competed for Abbotsford Rangers of Premier Development League from 2003 to 2005 ... At Eastlake High School, helped Wolves to four-year record of 82-6-1, winning Class 3A state title in 1996 and Class 4A championship in 1997 ... First-team all-KingCo League pick as senior ... 32 years old ... His brother, Jake, played three years at TWU and is at WWU this season ... Currently plays soccer for Langley United of the men's premier division in Canada, earning all-star honors four straight years (2007-10) ... Played semiprofessionally for Vancouver Whitecaps, Seattle Sounder Selects, Skagit Rapids, Surrey United and WSA Rapids Indoor ... Competes in Kiteboarding and is currently company team rider for Wainman Hawaii.