Jamie Morrison (born November 12, 1980 in California, United States of America) is an American volleyball coach. He is the head coach of the Dutch women’s team since 2017.
As an assistant coach, Morrison won all the big prizes with the American men’s and women’s national teams. His job with the women’s team of The Netherlands is his first big challenge as a head coach.
Jamie Morrison from Dana Point, California started his coaching career when he was only 19 years old. After working some years in college- and university Volleyball, he was appointed as assistant coach to Hugh McCutcheon with the American national men’s team.
Together with the coach from New Zealand, Morrison achieved great success. Team USA won the FIVB World League in 2008 before conquering gold at the Beijing Olympics. When McCutcheon switched to the women’s national team, he took Morrison with him. Together they won the FIVB World Grand Prix three consecutive times. At the London Olympics Team USA won the silver medal.
Also Karch Kiraly, the successor to McCutcheon, appointed Morrison as his assistant. Together they claimed a historic World Championship gold - the first ever - for Team USA in 2014, won gold at the FIVB World Grand Prix 2015 and bronze at the Rio Olympics (after beating The Netherlands in the small final).
As a club coach Morrison was active for the Austrian team SVS Post Volleyball Schwechat. Between 2015 and 2017 the American was assistant coach of Giovanni Guidetti at the Turkish top club VakifBank Istanbul.