Degrees and Certifications:
Health and Physical Education - K-12
Mr. Mr. Ulrich
Jason Ulrich - JFUlrich@jacksonsd.org
Mr. Ulrich has been a Health and Physical Education since 2001. He graduated high school from Brick Township in 1997. He then traveled to West Virginia and played NCAA Football as a Wide Receiver where he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year. He graduated from Bethany College in West Virginia in May of 2001 and started teaching in September of the same year. His first teaching assignment was at St. Thomas Academy in Brick, NJ. In March of 2003 he began teaching at Goetz and has been there ever since.
Jason Ulrich has coached several sports at all levels throughout his career. He has coached soccer, track and field, football, basketball, and volleyball. In 2006 he became the first ever volleyball coach for Jackson Memorial High School. After 6 years leading the Jaguars to many wins, tournament championships, and several players moving on to play in college, Ulrich decided to move up to the NCAA level and coach Women's Volleyball at Georgian Court University as an Assistant Head Coach. During his tenure at GCU the team has won the CACC Championship Tournament and the regular season championship in back to back seasons. The GCU Lions qualified for the NCAA National Championship Tournament for the first time in many years.
In 2015 Coach Ulrich became the first ever coach of the JMHS Boys Volleyball Program becoming the founding coach for both the boys and girls teams in Jackson History. In 2018 Coach Ulrich was named the A-South Coach of the Year by the Shore Conference Coaches Association. The JMHS Boys Volleyball team finished the 2019 season ranked #3 in the entire shore conference as well as broke into the top 20 in the state. In addition, Coach Ulrich was named the Shore Conference Coach of the Year by NJ.com and the Star Ledger.
In 2022 Coach Ulrich became the Head Boys Volleyball Coach at Christian Brothers Academy in Lincroft, NJ. The Colts went 19-3 and finished in the top 5 in the final state rankings by NJ.com
Jason is married to his bride Stephanie Ulrich and has two daughters Josselyn and Juliana.