Jason Maser Suicide – Volleyball Coach Steps In Front of Train After Being Arrested for R*ping 15-Year-Old Girl

Jason Maser, a volleyball coach accused of r*ping a 15-year-old girl on two occassions committed suicide by train after being arrested.

Maser, 22, from Syosset, was the volleyball coach at Sacred Heart Academy, an all-girls college on Long Island when he committed the crimes.

He is accused s*xually assaulting a 15-year-old student on two occasions while employed as the volleyball coach for Sacred Heart Academy in Cathedral Gardens, and B & B Volleyball.

Maser was arrested and arraigned before court on Friday, March 22nd, and was charged with two counts of third-degree rape, two counts of third-degree criminal sexual act, and endangering the welfare of a child.

He pleaded not guilty and was released on bail, but then committed suicide by ‘intentionally’ stepping in front of a train around 10:30 pm.

More details below.

Jason Maser suicide

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Jason Maser was a 22-year-old volleyball coach from Syosset, New York who committed suicide after being arrested for r*ping a 15-year-old student on two occasions.

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MTA police said Jason Maser was found after “intentionally” stepping in front of a Long Island Rail Road train around 10:30 p.m. in Syosset.

Officials pronounced him dead at the scene. Police do not suspect foul play.

Maser allegedly s*xually assaulted a 15-year-old girl while employed as the volleyball coach for Sacred Heart Academy in Cathedral Gardens, and B & B Volleyball, which offers competitive volleyball, according to police.

The assaults happened on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, and Thursday, March 7, in Albertson, and took place in Maser’s parked vehicle.

According to a criminal complaint, Jason Maser was found at his home on Thursday, March 21st and placed under arrest.

He was arraigned before court Friday and charged with two counts of third-degree criminal s*xual act, and endangering the welfare of a child

He pleaded not guilty at his arraignment on Friday at First District Court in Hempstead and was granted bail.

After his release, Jason Maser decided to commit suicide by stepping in front of a train.


jason maser sacred heart academy volleyball coach

Maser was employed by two entities, Sacred Heart Academy and B & B Volleyball when he carried out his assaults.

In a statement, Sacred Heart Academy’s administration said the school is “firmly committed” to students’ “safety and well-being”, adding they fired Maser immediately the allegations came to light.

“Sacred Heart took immediate steps to ensure that the coach had no further access to Sacred Heart’s premises or any school activities,” the statement continued, adding that Maser is no longer employed by the school.

“Due to the ongoing law enforcement investigation, all questions should be directed to the Nassau County Police Department,” it concluded.

In an email, B&B Volleyball officials said they sent a notice to parents before Maser’s arrest and that they believe it answers most questions.

“Maser started at B & B Volleyball as a player and began coaching when he turned 18 after he had gone through mandatory training with U.S. Safe Sport and had been screened by USA Volleyball, which includes a background check, the club said.

In the aforementioned notice, B & B Volleyball club had informed parents about a report of an inappropriate s*xual relationship between an adult who coached for the club and one of our players.

“This report was the first notice B & B Volleyball received about the relationship, and, of course, we were concerned for the well-being of our player and her family first and foremost,” the notice said.

“B & B Volleyball immediately reported this report and its details to the U.S. Center for SafeSport as mandated. SafeSport is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to ending s*xual, physical, and emotional abuse on behalf of athletes everywhere.”

“SafeSport provides mandatory training to all B & B Volleyball coaches and also provides guidelines and guidance to B & B Volleyball administration regarding best practices to maintain safe spaces for all our athletes and to comply with all Federal and state reporting and training in this subject matter,” the notice continued.

“The family of the athlete had confirmed that the incident had already been reported to law enforcement authorities, so B & B Volleyball did not have to take that step.”

They added: “We will not tolerate any inappropriate conduct; harassment; or behavior. We want our parents and athletes to know that if they have any indication or allegation of any inappropriate conduct, to report it to B & B Volleyball administration immediately.”

Jason Maser was also terminated by B & B Volleyball, possibly adding to the feeling of hopelessness about his future prospects which triggered his suicide.

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Jasmine Wooten is a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools teacher arrested for having a s*xual relationship with a 16-year-old student.

School resource officers at Harding University High School informed the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department about a “potential inappropriate relationship” between 24-year-old Jasmine Wooten and a teenage student.

Apparently, the school’s athletic trainer overhead a conversation between the 16-year-old and another student in which he bragged about having a s*xual relationship with a teacher who he identified as Jasmine Wooten.

Detectives spoke with the teenager and later interviewed Wooten, who teaches social studies at Harding University High School.

Both admitted to authorities that they had kissed, and Wooten also admitted to responding to explicit messages.

Wooten was arrested and charged with taking indecent liberties with a 16-year-old student.


Syosset is an affluent hamlet and census-designated place in the Town of Oyster Bay, in Nassau County, on the North Shore of Long Island, in New York, United States.

The population was 19,259 at the 2020 census.

Syosset is served by the Syosset LIRR station, the Syosset Post Office, the Syosset Central School District, the Syosset Public Library, the Syosset Fire Department, and the Jericho Water District.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Syosset has a total area of 5.0 square miles (13 km2), all land.

Syosset is located approximately 32 miles (50 km) east of Midtown Manhattan, 14 miles (20 km) east of the eastern border with Queens, 23 miles (40 km) southeast of the Throgs Neck Bridge, and 168 miles (270 km) southeast of Albany, the state capital.

As of the 2020 U.S. Census, there were 19,259 people, 6,170 households, and 5,307 families residing in Syosset.

The racial makeup of Syosset was 62.7% White, 1.0% African American, 0.4% Native American, 31.4% Asian, 0.00% Pacific Islander, 0.8% from other races, and 1.6% from two or more races. 4.1% are Hispanic or Latino of any race.

Syosset, like many other towns on the North Shore of Long Island, has a large Jewish population, as well as a large number of residents of Italian and East Asian origin.

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