Jamie Wysong enters her sixth year as a member of the Southern Utah University Women’s Gymnastics staff. After spending her first two years as the Director of Gymnastics Operations, Wysong was promoted to full-time assistant coach ahead of the 2016 season.
As a member of the SUU staff, Wysong has been an essential part of some of the most successful seasons in the program’s history. During the 2017 season, she coached former Thunderbird Stacie Webb to the first perfect 10.0 in program history on the balance beam. Wysong was also named Assistant Coach of the Year in the North Central Region by the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches for Women following the conclusion of the 2017 season.
Wysong is also the program director and a head coach at the Southern Utah Gymnastics Academy and an assistant camp director at the SUU Gymnastics Camps. During her time as a member of the gymnastics staff, Wysong graduated Summa Cum Laude from Southern Utah University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Communications with an emphasis on Media Studies.
Prior to coming to Cedar City, Wysong was an optional team coach and lead choreographer for 10 years at All American Gymnastics in Lindon, Utah. During her time at All American, she coached 10 National Qualifiers, four National Champions, and numerous other Regional and State Champions. During her time as a gymnast, Wysong was a level 10 gymnast and a state champion on bars, beam, and floor.
When she’s not coaching gymnastics, Wysong races sprint cars and midget cars with her family. She holds a Class D license for land speed racing through the Southern California Timing Association and the Utah Salt Flats Racing Association and was the 2008 Winter Cup Series Go-Kart Champion.