|Title:||Assistant Volleyball Coach|
|Previous College:||American International College|
|Major:||B.S. Criminal Justice|
Jocelyn Lavandier is a 2005 graduate of Wilbur Cross High School and a 2009 graduate of American International College.
As a junior middle hitter, Lavandier led Wilbur Cross to it's first state tournament appearance in school history as she was named All-Southern Connecticut Oronoque Division for her efforts during her senior year campaign.
Lavandier was also the first-ever student-athlete out of the New Haven Public School System to receive an athletic scholarship for volleyball.
While at American International College, she compiled 290 digs over three seasons as AIC's Libero and defensive specialist. She credits joining Pequenas Ligas Hispana de New Haven Volleyball program at age 14 for her improvement as a player. Lavandier is a long-time Pequenas Ligas Teacher and competitive doubles player.