Joleen LaMay in her 19th season with the Loggers. LaMay joined the Logger coaching staff after a five-year stint at Sumner High School as the head girl's basketball coach. Coach LaMay's primary responsibilities include post play, scouting and on-court teaching.
LaMay joined the coaching ranks at Sumner High School in 1994 and quickly became one of the top young coaches in the area. She was South Puget Sound League Coach of the Year in 1995-96, the TNT Area Coach of the Year in 1995-96 and led her team to the West Central District Playoffs in 1996-97. Coach LaMay is entering her 24th year of teaching Physical Education.
LaMay is a local product, playing at Sumner High School, Walla Walla Community College and Lewis-Clark State College. LaMay was a Kodak All-American and first-team NWAACC in 1988-89 while attending Walla Walla CC. LaMay was an outstanding player at LCSC from 1989-91, helping her team to the Regional play-offs each year. LaMay earned her BS from Lewis-Clark State in 1992 and her Masters of Education degree in 1999. In 2014 she also earned her National Board Certification (NBCT) in secondary Physical Education.