Jamey started playing volleyball when he was 13, after several years of adament distaste for the sport. His first time playing organized volleyball was at the Dave Rubio University of Arizona Volleyball camp. He fell in love with the sport there and when he came home quickly joined the USYVL program that was run just blocks from his house. When summer camps of that sort were done Jamey was able to join a 14U team as a 13 year old at Synergy volleyball club with Walt Ker as his head coach. Jamey played at synergy (who became one of the topped ranked teams every season) for 6 years and over that time won 2 bronze medals, 2 fifth place finishes and also managed to get on the all tournament team when he was 15. When Jamey entered Valencia High School as a freshman his dream was to make the varsity team. His dream was fulfilled just as the season was starting and he became the starting outside hitter within 2 matches into off season play. His team made it all the way to the CIF Championship and took the 2nd place trophy. Jamey earned First Team All Foothill League that year. The following year Jamey and his team won the CIF chamionship, Jamey receving second team All CIF and first team All Foothill League. His Junior year, Jamey was the captain of his young team who made it to the semi finals of the CIF playoffs. Jamey was named Daily News Player of the Year, Foothill League Player of the Year, and made First Team All CIF. His fourth and final year, Jamey captained his squad all the way to the CIF Finals and took home his second CIF Championship Ring. Not only did Valencia win the CIF championship that year, but they were also awarded the title of National Champions. Jamey was the CIF Player of the year for the 2nd consecutive year and was also the daily News and Foothill League Player of the Year. During his High school career Jamey was invited to train with the Youth National Team as a Libero on 3 seperate ocassions in Colorado Springs and the Olympic training center in Lake Placid. Jamey finished his High school career as the all time kills leader and all time best passing percentage leader in Valencia High school history.
Jamey received a partial scholarship to UCLA as a Libero and has been playign there for 4 seasons. He started his freshman year and has been fighting for playing time for the last three years. Jameys studies History in hopes that he will become a High School History teacher, Jamey fell in love with teaching when his father opened Legacy Volleyball Club in 2008. Jamey has been coaching at Legacy since its inception and in the clubs 4 years of existence jamey has coached 6 teams. Jamey has also coached at all of Legacy's Summer camps since the Summer of 2008. Jamey has fallen in love with coaching and teaching younger kids and looks foward to continuing this passion and turning it into a career.