16-Under Armour Head Coach & Recruiting Coordinator

Jason Webber

Jason returns as the 16-UA Head Coach in 2021-22. Year after year Jason’s teams show growth in the season and perform at high competitive levels.  In Jason’s 10 year with Charge he has taken many teams to Nationals. Last year his team once again won the OKRVA Regional Championship and a 5th place finish in Open at the President’s Day Classic in Omaha. Many of the athletes Jason has coached have gone on to play DI, DII, DIII and NAIA volleyball including OU, OBU, SNU, NWOSU and more.

Coach Webber focuses on the betterment and growth of each athlete as well as the team. He aspires to share the game with coaches and players alike. He shares and learns from everyone he encounters for the betterment of his players. Coach Webber is a technique oriented tactician and passes this style of play onto teach his players how to reach their maximum skill level. Likewise he guides his players to set and achieve goals which push the athlete to personal growth. Struggle is good!

Outside of coaching the 16UA, Coach Webber is also the  recruiting coordinator for Charge. He is also directs educational clinics for coaches.

He has been playing the game of volleyball since the age of 17 in High School club in the Houston Metro area. From 1993 to 1997, Jason played College club at Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX.  He has played at Men’s Nationals 9 times between 2006 and 2019, one of those as a sitting player.

Jason has 11 years of experience at the varsity and JV level for High School. He has been to the state tournament 4 years at the Varsity level. He has also instructed in, and run camps for, athletes ages 8-18 for the last 17 years.

Jason has also coached 14 seasons of club ball in Georgetown, Texas; Stillwater, OK and at Charge (10).

Previously Jason has been head coach for 16’s UA, 18’s UA (2 years),  assisted on the 15’s Under Armor team as well as being the 1’s coach for Charge at the 15s, 16s, and 17s age levels. Jason returns to 16s for a third year in the 2022 season.