Deomarlee Sy
Deomarlee Sy
Title: Head Coach
City: Glendale
State: CA
Phone: 818-240-1000 x5545
Email: dsy@glendale.edu
Year: 3rd Season

Deo Sy began his coaching career under Coach Bob Donaghy in 2010, as the women's assistant coach for Glendale Community College.  In 2013, he took over as the women's head coach for Glendale Community College.  In 2015, he lead the lady Vaqueros to its first Western State Conference title with a 9-1 record, as well as its first Southern California Regional Finals appearance, finishing third in the state. 

In 2015, he was awarded the Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year for Junior and Community Colleges, California State Coach of the Year, and Coach of the Year for the Western State Conference.  All while attending, graduating cum laude, and receiving his Master's degree in Physical Education at Azusa Pacific University.

In 2016, Sy lead the lady Vaqueros to its second consecutive Western State Conference title with a 10-0 record.  Sy lead his #1 doubles team to its first Western State Conference Doubles title in school history.  He was awarded Coach of the Year for the Western State Conference for a second consecutive year.  He was also the recipient of the Character and Ethics award by the City of Glendale Unified School District.

In 2017, Sy lead the lady Vaqueros to its third consecutive Western State Conference title with a 10-2 record.  Sy lead his #1 doubles team to its second consecutive Western State Conference Doubles title, as well as Ojai Doubles Finalists.  He was awarded Coach of the Year for the Western State Conference for a third consecutive year.

In 2018, Sy lead the lady Vaqueros to its fourth consecutive Western State Conference title with a 14-0 conference record, finishing with an overall record of 22-3.  The lady Vaqueros also had an amazing 21 match win streak.  It was a memorable year, where the singles finals included both players from Glendale Community College, as well as the doubles finals consisted of both teams coming from Glendale Community College.  He was awarded Coach of the Year for the Western State Conference for a fourth consecutive year.

Sy received his Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management in 2006, at California State University, Northridge.  On his spare time, Sy enjoys running marathons, epic hikes, traveling, and visiting national parks (12 of 58).

 

Sy's Year by Year Collegiate Coaching Record

 

 

 

Season

Record

End of Year Ranking

2013 - 2014

12-4

8

2014 - 2015

17-3-1

3

2015 - 2016

15-4

5

2016 - 2017
16-3
5
2017 - 2018
 
22-3
 

3

Overall Record

59-15-1