Helped lead BYU to a 26-5 (16-2 MPSF) record in 2017, winning a share of the conference regular-season title
Helped his team advance to the national championship match of the NCAA tournament for a second-consecutive season in 2017
Coached four AVCA All-Americans in 2017: Jake Langlois, Brenden Sander, Price Jarman and Leo Durkin
Helped lead BYU to a 27-4 (19-3 MPSF) record in 2016, winning the outright conference title and tournament championship
Helped his team advance to the national championship match of the NCAA tournament in 2016
Coached four 2016 AVCA All-Americans: Brenden Sander, Ben Patch, Jake Langlois and Leo Durkin
Handles player development
Lead coach at Gold Medal Squared Clinic since 2014
Bachelor's degree in exercise science in 2015
Redshirt freshman at Cal State Northridge in 2011
Starting libero at BYU from 2012-15
Named AVCA All-America Honorable Mention in 2015
Helped his team to back-to-back MPSF regular-season and tournament titles in 2013-14
Helped his team to consecutive NCAA tournament appearances in 2013-14
All-time rally-scoring era leader in games played (431) and second in digs (762)
Dad Tino is the head women's volleyball coach at the University of Hawai'i at Hilo
BYU men's volleyball head coach Shawn Olmstead announced the hiring of former Cougar libero Jaylen Reyes as an assistant coach.
Reyes was the starting libero for the men's volleyball squad from 2012-15. During his time with the Cougars, he helped his team to back-to-back Mountain Pacific Sports Federation regular-season and tournament titles in addition to consecutive NCAA tournament appearances in 2013-14.
Reyes finished his career as the all-time rally-scoring era leader in games played (431) and second all-time in digs with 762. He also holds the fifth- and ninth-place spots for season digs (224 in 2015 and 199 in 2014). Additionally, Reyes sits at second-, third- and fourth-place for digs in an individual single match (18 vs. Stanford on April 7, 2015, 17 vs. USC on April 25, 2015, and 16 vs. Stanford on March 26, 2012).
Following the 2015 season, Reyes was named AVCA All-American Honorable Mention, the first such recognition of his career. He received additional accolades as an MPSF Scholar Athlete during his sophomore campaign.