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Jason Grieve became the sixth head coach in the University of Saskatchewan women's volleyball program varsity history and just third without the interim title since 1972 when he was hired in May of 2012. Prior to the hiring, Grieve spent one year as the team's interim coach.
Grieve began coaching in the post secondary level in the Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference as an assistant with the Red Deer College Queens before being named head coach of the Grant MacEwan Griffins.
He moved into the CIS as an assistant coach with the Top 10 University of Alberta Pandas program, before spending four years turning around the University of Waterloo Warriors women’s volleyball program. The Warriors won just one match in 2002 but by Grieve’s final season at the helm had won nine.
Grieve returned to Saskatchewan in 2006 as the High Performance Mentor Coach with the Saskatchewan Volleyball Association. He also coached at the club and high school level in Regina until taking the interim position with the Huskies. He won a bronze medal with the Saskatchewan 17U women’s team at the Western Canada Games in Kamloops in the summer of 2011. A former board member of the Coaching Association of Saskatchewan and Volleyball Canada’s Domestic Development Committee, Grieve completed a Masters of Administration in Leadership through the Kenneth Levene School of Business at the University of Regina.