Jayme Frazier was named volleyball head coach in 1993. She was part-time faculty and head coach through the 1999 season. In June of 2000, she became an assistant coach at Western Oregon University for its inaugural Division II volleyball season. Following the 2000 season, Frazier was hired as full-time faculty at Linn Benton in the Health and Human Performance Department.
Frazier earned her bachelor's degree from Eastern Oregon University and masters’ degree from Western Oregon University / Oregon State University and holds the USA Coach Accreditation Program certification.
Frazier's accomplishments include:
- Reached 500 Roadrunner victories in the 2016 season,
- Four-time Southern Region NWAC Coach of the Year, 2016 AVCA West Region Two Year Coach of the Year
- 2018 Southern Region Champions with 13-1 record (30-12 overall record)
- 2017 2nd Place Southern Region Placing, Final Four in NWAC Championship tournament (34-10 overall record)
- 2016 Undefeated Southern Region Champions, 2nd place NWAC Championship Tournament (45-2 overall record)
- 2015 2nd Place Tie Southern Region, Final Four in NWAC Championship Tournament (43-8 overall record)
- 2009/10 and 2016/17 and 2017/18 Two Year College AVCA All American Academic Team
- 17 NWAC Championship Tournament appearances starting year 2000, 6 AVCA All-Americans since 2011
- Coached volleyball and basketball at Riddle High School, OR, Venice High School, CA, and Beverly Hills High School, CA