Jason Vonk
Jason  Vonk

Assistant Coach



Gymnastics to Host Two High Performance Camps

Colonials invite gymnasts for one-day camps on July 7th and July 28th


Stoicovy Worrell and Vonk Named Southeast Region Assistant Coaches of the Year

Assistant Coach duo caps season with their second post-season honor


No. 19 Gymnastics Heads to NCAA Raleigh Regional on Saturday

Colonials look to extend season and advance to first-ever NCAA National Championship


No. 19 Gymnastics to Compete at NCAA Raleigh Regional

Colonials making fourth consecutive trip to regionals


Drouin-Allaire named EAGL Gymnast and Senior of the Year

Foster-Cunningham wins third-straight Head Coach of the Year honor; Stoicovy Worrell and Vonk named as Assistant Coaches of the Year

Jason Vonk joined the Colonials as an assistant coach in August 2017.

Vonk joins the Colonials after serving as the assistant coach at Yale for six years. As the primary coach of vault and uneven bars, he played a key role in developing the program by helping the team from the bottom of the conference to winning the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship in the spring of 2017 and achieving the highest team RQS in Yale's 45 year history.

At Yale, Vonk also served as the recruiting coordinator and was in charge of the logistical operations of the gymnastics program. In addition to his coaching responsibilities at Yale, he also increased his involvement at USA Gymnastics as a Regional Clinician, where he had the opportunity to coach development and high tech camps and serve as a Coaches Congress Speaker.

Prior to his tenure at Yale, Vonk served as a coach in Colorado Springs at the Stars National Gymnastics Village. At Stars, he coached an elite gymnast onto the National Training Squad and to the U.S. Classic. He also had the opportunity to coach at the National Training Center and with USA Gymnastics National Staff.

Vonk graduated from Calvin College in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science with a minor in physical education.

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